Published: Fri, August 03, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Zinedine Zidane Favourite To Become The Next Manchester United Manager

Zinedine Zidane Favourite To Become The Next Manchester United Manager

Bild (h/t Sport Witness) reported Bayern value centre-back Boateng at €55 million (£49 million), and Rummenigge told the newspaper why Martial isn't a good enough sweetener: "We have four outside forwards: Ribéry, Robben, Coman and Gnabry".

First up is the Daily Mirror saying that striker Robert Lewandowski is "wanted by United as part of [a] swap deal to take Anthony Martial to Bayern Munich".

The Spanish outlet claims that Manchester United had made a bid of €60m, with Jose Mourinho looking to bring the Croatian to Old Trafford.

Jose Mourinho has already cut a frustrated figure on the touchline in pre-season so far, bemoaning a lack of transfer activity and the absence of his first-team stars.

Manchester United have joined Chelsea in the race to sign Matteo Kovacic from Real Madrid.

Manchester United lodge big bid for Real Madrid's Mateo Kovacic

Mourinho could have put a positive spin on the success of United's players in Russian Federation but, when you've gone on record saying you hope Serbia go out of so Nemanja Matic can return sooner, it shows your frame of mind.

"These are the players that we have plus (Victor) Lindelof, that starts training two days ago, plus Marcus Rashford, (Phil) Jones and (Romelu) Lukaku because they gave to the group and to the team three days of their holidays".

United have one more pre-season friendly before their Premier League opener against Leicester City at Old Trafford next Friday night. "We can fight for every title but if the manager wants to strengthen the team, it is something between him and the club". It's clear he wants out of Real Madrid, but negotiating an exit may not be so straightforward.

Mourinho is also ready offload Martial, with United wanting £70million for him.

It should be noted here that Kovacic couldn't even get the spotlight in the recently concluded World Cup; he was used as more of the substitute player, who couldn't make any big impact on the game within the given time.

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Rudiger went close to doubling Chelsea's advantage 10 minutes into the second half but he steered his header wide of the mark. But the Frenchman popped up at the far post to turn home Nelson's cross from the right with the last kick of the game.


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