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Manchester United’s Victor Osimhen transfer ‘boost’ as Arsenal ‘enter race’ for Serie A star

A look at the latest Manchester United transfer news and rumours on the back of Thursday night’s draw with Chelsea.

Manchester United are battling away to secure a top six finish with just three games remaining.

It has been a difficult campaign for the Red Devils, who got off to a poor start under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer only to continue their struggles under Ralf Rangnick.

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They are now looking forward to a fresh start under Erik ten Hag, but they must first hold off pressure from West Ham to secure a Europa League spot or face playing Conference League football next season.

As the battle for sixth spot continues, we have rounded up all the latest transfer rumours.

Neves links continue

United are still said to be battling for Wolves star Ruben Neves ahead of this summer.

The Portuguese star is looking likely to move on from the Midlands this summer, and he is in demand.

According to 90min, United remain interested as they look for a Paul Pogba replacement, but they are not alone.

Arsenal, Tottenham, Atletico Madrid and Barcelona are all reportedly expressing an interest in a move.

Osimhen boost

The Red Devils are said to be leading the race to snap up Napoli star Victor Osimhen, according to reports in Italy.

Corriere dello Sport, via Football Talk, are reporting that the striker’s agent has held talks with current club Napoli in a bid to negotiate a deal to United.

That’s despite talk of heavy interest from Arsenal, with United taking the driving seat ahead of the summer.

Dybala race hots up

Arsenal are said to have entered the race to sign Juventus forward Paulo Dybala.

Dybala is available on a free transfer this summer, with no new contract agreed at Juventus, and clubs from outside Italy are already able to agree a pre-contract agreement.

According to ESPN, Arsenal are now attempting to pull off a move amid interest from United, and reportedly Tottenham.