£57m transfer decision revealed, Man United set to announce transfer deal, Zidane sends Solskjaer £100m transfer message


Here is a roundup of the latest Manchester United news from Vibethesport.
Since his move from Arsenal just over 18 months ago, Sanchez has looked nothing like the player that caused havoc to opposing defences during his stay at the Emirates, and there has even been some talk that he could be sold this summer.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer needs to raise some funds and make some space in his squad for incoming arrivals, and getting the £350,000-a-week off the wage bill, will go along way to balancing the books at Old Trafford.


And Gianluca Di Marzio claims that Sanchez has agreed to join Inter Milan in the last 24 hours and hopes to conclude a move to the San Siro in the coming days.
Sanchez’s agent is now said to be in the UK to present an offer from Inter to United, which is believed to be a loan deal with an option to buy after 12 months but there is some doubt as to whether or not United will accept the offer, especially as they have no immediate replacement for the Chilean ace.
Sanchez is no longer the player he was once and letting him leave at the end of the season would be a good decision by United, especially as he has failed on so many occasions to put things right, despite all the chances he has been given.

So if the right offer arrives during the summer window, then United should take it and use the funds to try and buy a player that is more prepared to give everything to the United cause.
A former coach of Christian Pulisic has revealed just why the American rejected Manchester United to sign for Chelsea.
Pulisic ended month of transfer speculation last January when he decided to sign for Chelsea in a deal that was worth more than £57 million, but he would only arrive at the club this summer transfer window.
Many believe that he has been signed by the club as the long-term, not immediate, replacement for Hazard, who also ended months of speculation by agreeing a move to Spanish giants Real Madrid in a deal that could cost the Spaniard well in excess of £100 million.
But When he was just seven years old, Pulisic spent a spell with non-League Brackley Town but he remained close with youth coach Robin Walker and invited him to Germany before he concluded a move to Chelsea, andd Walker has now revealed that Pulisic was not interested in a move to United because of Jose Mourinho not being willing to give young players opportunities.
’I'm a Chelsea fan, I grew up in London supporting them,’ Walker told The Telegraph.

‘When I was in Dortmund last year, I told him that he had to come. ‘He wouldn’t go to Manchester United because of Jose Mourinho. His father couldn’t stand Mourinho, because he didn’t promote young players.
‘It was at that point I asked: “What about London? That’s where it’s at.” I was trying to sell the city.
‘His agent agreed, saying: ‘When you make these decisions, it’s all about investment and property.’ I was delighted that he did sign.’
Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane has now stated that Manchester United target Gareth Bale will now be staying at the club this summer.
Bale has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons over the past few months as all indications suggested that he was leaving Madrid during this transfer window, especially after Zidane came out and pretty much admitted that he no longer wanted the Welshman in his squad anymore.
That led to a lot of transfer speculation that United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could swoop in and offer the four-time Champions League winner a move back to the Premier League, as he sought to acquire that superstar signing that his squad needed, but he couldn’t meet the high valuation on Bales head.
And with the transfer window now coming to a close, Zidane has done a total U-turn and admitted that Bale will now be staying at the club, telling the AS website: “We talked about it before the match, I think we talked about it two or three times to say that he is going to stay. And all the players that are here now are only thinking about this season.

“I think this is true considering the way Gareth performed, but not only Gareth. I think that everyone played a good game.
“All we have to do is to think about this season and I am sure that he and all the other players only think about staying here and play.”
Bale is an absolute superstar in the game and still one of the best players at the club, so it was a shock to see that he was put on the transfer list by the Frenchman. So even though Zidane would have liked to sell Bale, the best option is to keep hold as the Welshman is a game-changer.
Madrid are heading into a tough season and need all the help they can get, and keeping hold of Bale is a very smart decision to make as now he has something to prove.

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