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Manchester United ‘still considering’ £50m La Liga centre-back as Paul Pogba attracts ‘interest’

A look at all the latest Manchester United transfer news and rumours as Ralf Rangnick’s men pick up the pieces from their embarassing Brighton defeat.

Manchester United are picking up the pieces from the latest of their disappointing performance.

Ralf Rangnick’s men fell to a 4-0 away defeat at the hands of Brighton, putting on a dreadful performance at the Amex Stadium.

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United are now on course to finish outside the top six, and they have their work cut out to change that fate, facing Crystal Palace in their final game.

As we enter a long wait for that final game, we have rounded up all the latest transfer news concerning the Red Devils.

Torres update

Villarreal star Pau Torres has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for well over a year.

And according to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the left-sided centre-back remains on the club’s radar ahead of this summer.

Torres is said to be one of three-to-four options being considered and still has a release clause of around £50million.

Pogba update

Paul Pogba is said to be leaning towards a move abroad amid his expiring contract.

United haven’t been able to tie the Frenchman down to a new deal, and they now face losing him for absolutely nothing.

According to Sky Sports, Real Madrid, PSG and Juventus are all interested, and a move abroad is the most likely, despite some shock links with Manchester City.

Henderson interest

Bournemouth are reportedly interested in pulling off a deal for United goalkeeper Dean Henderson.

Henderson is expected to move on from Old Trafford in a bid to land more regular football.

According to The Sun, newly promoted Bournemouth are chasing a deal for Henderson, who could arrive on loan.

The report claims United are willing to offer a loan deal and could pay around half of the goalkeeper’s salary.

David De Gea has been United’s number one this season, and that is expected to remain the case for next season.