Man Utd ‘have the funds’ for £150m Haaland deal, ‘everything but price’ agreed for Jadon Sancho transfer


The Red Devils are one of the clubs that can afford to sign Erling Haaland, according to reports.

Dortmund are said to be looking for an offer of around £150m to part company with the Norwegian this summer – and The Athletic claim that fee would be in the club’s price range.

However, whether the deal can be pushed over the line or not depends on how willing United are to go back into business with Haaland’s agent Mino Raiola.

Raiola has exasperated senior figures at Old Trafford by claiming Paul Pogba wants to leave on numerous occasions.

Meanwhile, Southampton would like to revisit a loan move for Manchester United whizkid Brandon Williams.

Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl wants more depth in the full-back areas and likes Williams’ ability to play both on the left and right.

Hasenhuttl tried to borrow Williams, 20, from United in January but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer refused to let him go.

Southampton are hopeful Solskjaer will reconsider his stance for next season though, with Williams starting just three games this term.

And finally, West Ham will reportedly do whatever it takes to try and sign Jesse Lingard from Manchester United permanently this summer.

The England star has rediscovered his top form on loan at the Hammers as he scored six goals in eight league games.

A senior West Ham source told Sky Sports: “We will do whatever it takes to sign him.

“He’s been outstanding for us.”


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