Transfer News Today: Manchester United To Land £46m Teenager When Mourinho Is Appointed Manager

United Could Land Europe’s Most In-demand Teenager

Man United are a club in limbo at present. No one seems to know who their manager is going to be next season but many believe it will be a man they have always avoided in Jose Mourinho.

If indeed the Portuguese does get the gig then he could be set to make a £46m teenager his first signing. Renato Sanches is the latest heavily-tipped talent that Benfica have produced and he already has the likes of Bayern Munich and Real Madrid lining up bids, despite only having played 16 matches for the Portuguese side.

Sanches’ agent is none other than Mourinho’s confidant, Jorge Mendes. The Red Devils would immediately jump to the front of the queue for the youngster’s signature should the former Chelsea gaffer get the nod

Man United are 2.80 to make the top four


Toon Look To Liverpool Crock To Get Them Goals

Newcastle have set out a blueprint that involves an English core and it seems that they will launch their most ambitious bid yet this summer.

Steve McClaren is keen on a move for England striker Daniel Sturridge. The Former Three Lions boss is hopeful that the striker’s current injury predicament will lead to Jurgen Klopp losing patience and letting him leave Anfield.

Sturridge has scored 44 goals in just 72 games for the Reds and is one of the division’s top forwards when fit. It would be a major coup could the Magpies get him but they would face some serious competition should he become available for around £30m.

Newcastle are 2.75 to be relegated


Liverpool To Beat Gunners And Red Devils To Midfielder

William Carvalho is a name that pops up every transfer window and every window Arsene Wenger doesn’t sign him.

However, he is now being linked with a switch to Liverpool. The Portugal enforcer would command a massive £35m fee but the Reds are expected to seriously bankroll Jurgen Klopp’s overhaul of the playing staff ahead of next season.

Reports from his homeland suggest that the Merseysiders are keen on adding him to their midfield crop but will be joined by both the Gunners and Man United in the race for the 23-year-old’s signature.

Liverpool are 1.83 to beat Aston Villa