Zidane ‘in United talks’, eight stars ‘MISLED’ by Solskjaer, Wolves target van de Beek


Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly ready to explore a move for Manchester United’s Donny van de Beek during the January transfer window.

The 24-year-old has only made five appearances for the 20-time English champions this season, with just two of those coming in the Premier League.

Van de Beek continues to be linked with a move away from Old Trafford, and a recent report claimed that the Netherlands international is determined to secure a January exit.

Everton, Newcastle United and Barcelona are among those to be credited with an interest in his services ahead of the winter transfer window.

However, according to the Birmingham Mail, Wolves are firmly in the mix, with Bruno Lage’s side keen to sign the Dutchman in 2022.

Meanwhile, United have received a boost in their pursuit of Erling Haaland after it was reported Real Madrid have ‘accepted he is going to the Premier League’.

The Spanish giants were thought to be interested in signing the Norwegian, whose release clause enables him to leave Borussia Dortmund for £64million.

But now it has been reported that Madrid believe Haaland will join an English club when he leaves the German outfit.

As reported by Sport, journalist Josep Pedrerol said: “Real Madrid assumes that Haaland will play in England next year and they have it ruled out.”

Finally, Utd boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is taking charge of their next match against Watford but a report claims that could ‘change fast’.

Speculation is building over who could replace Solskjaer if the Red Devils decide to pull the trigger after a poor run of form which has seen them slip down the table to sixth.

The Manchester Evening News claims that ‘the board has made no decision over the future of Solskjaer and as of this moment he will still be in charge of the Watford game, but situations may change fast’.

And United are reportedly looking at Ajax’s Erik ten Hag should they make a change.

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