Manchester United Paper Talk: Erik ten Hag plan talks with Harry Maguire, United target Denzel Dumfries

Manchester United Paper Talk: Erik ten Hag plan talks with Harry Maguire, United target Denzel Dumfries

Manchester United Paper Talk: Monday’s top stories from national newspapers…

1. According to Daily Express, Manchester United are interested in signing Inter Milan star Denzel Dumfries, with the Serie A side ready to let the player leave.

2. The same report claims that Erik ten Hag has scheduled talks with Harry Maguire after learning the defender is ‘desperate to remain Manchester United captain’.

3. Former Inter Milan midfielder, Christian Eriksen, has decided to pursue a new challenge as he prepares to wave goodbye to Brentford, amid interest from old club Tottenham and Man United, per Daily Express.

4. Liverpool will listen to offers of just £10m for former Arsenal star Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, with Manchester United and West Ham thought to be interested, reported by The Sun.

Manchester United are reportedly willing to hand Robert Lewandowski a lucrative deal to move to Old Trafford
Manchester United are reportedly willing to hand Robert Lewandowski a lucrative deal to move to Old Trafford
Erik ten Hag gives Cristiano Ronald...
Erik ten Hag gives Cristiano Ronaldo new nickname ahead of his Manchester United arrival on Monday

5. According to The Sun, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford have been warned they face missing out on England’s World Cup squad after they endured poor performances this season with Manchester United.

6. Marcus Rashford has expressed a desire to stay put at Manchester United and fight for a starting role in Erik ten Hag‘s team after falling losing his place under Ralf Rangnick, report Daily Mail.

7. Juventus are increasingly confident that out-of-contract Paul Pogba will re-join the club this week and have scheduled further talks with his lawyer Rafaela Pimenta, via Daily Mail.

8. Daily Star report that Manchester United would be happy to pay Bayern Munich and Barcelona target Robert Lewandowski £400k-a-week wage demands.