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Man Utd news round-up: Battle for English full-back, Andreas Pereira future, Kane transfer blow

Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur have allegedly revived their interest in England youth international Max Aarons.

Man Utd news round-up: Battle for English full-back, Andreas Pereira future, Kane transfer blow

The 21-year-old Norwich City right-back has developed into a star player for his team over the last few seasons and it is understood that he’ll look to leave the Canaries if he is aware of interest from bigger teams.

According to a report from Sky Sports News, the Red Devils and Spurs are currently the two frontrunners for his signature, while Everton are also monitoring the talent’s situation.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bring in a new right-back this summer and, although he’d prefer to sign Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier, Max is another option if that possible deal fails to materialise.

Meanwhile, the London-based giants are looking to offload Serge Aurier, who wants to depart north London, and chairman Daniel Levy has identified Max, along with Brighton & Hove Albion’s Tariq Lamptey, as a potential replacement.

Aarons, who is understood to be valued at around £30 million, made 45 appearances in the Championship last campaign and helped Norwich City secure promotion as champions.

In the meantime, Manchester United are reportedly willing to offer Paul Pogba a huge fresh contract in a bid to keep him at Old Trafford.

The Sun claim the 28-year-old Frenchman will be offered a new five-year deal worth £400,000-a-week.

Manchester United midfielder Andreas Pereira spent last campaign on loan at Lazio and the Italians want to keep him, according to a report from La Lazio Siamo Noi.

The Serie A club appointed Maurizio Sarri as Simone Inzaghi’s successor and the new manager would have asked the board to bring the 25-year-old back.

Andreas struggled for regular minutes last season, but the former Chelsea chief’s desire to have the star at his disposal has seen the leaders of the Biancocelesti immediately reconnect with the Red Devils.

The Rome-based side’s plan is to take the Brazilian on a loan deal with the right or obligation to buy linked to certain parameters

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team need to be convinced for the potential deal to take shape and the website also states Lazio are taking steps to achieve it.

As per the report, talks are underway and Sarri’s new club are hopeful a full agreement can be found with the Premier League giants.

Andreas has repeatedly sent signs of love towards Lazio, and with both parties have a willingness to continue their association next campaign, a deal is there to be done, if the Stadio Olimpico outfit can convince United.

Tottenham Hotspur chairman Daniel Levy is allegedly refusing to sell Manchester United target Harry Kane this summer.

The 27-year-old Spurs talisman has been heavily linked with a transfer away from North London, amid interest from Europa League finalists Manchester United as well as Champions League winners Chelsea and Premier League champions Manchester City.

The Citizens are said to be preparing a £100 million bid for Kane, however according to a recent report from The Mirror, Daniel will reject all offers made for the centre-forward.

Even though harry has expressed his desire to move away from Tottenham to win trophies, Daniel has told all the managerial candidates that the England captain will stay at the club for next season.

Pep Guardiola wants to recruit a new No.9 this summer after the departure of Sergio Aguero, while the Red Devils and the Blues are also looking to strengthen their attacking options.

Kane, who has yet to score with his country at Euro 2020, ended the 2020-21 season as the Premier League’s top scorer, finding the net 23 times for his team in 35 appearances.

Elsewhere, Manchester United’s Brandon Williams has allegedly been granted permission to depart Old Trafford this summer on a season-long loan.

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