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Manchester United January transfer news LIVE: Fellaini wants to leave Man Utd

11:30 PM GMT+8 09/01/2018
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Goal brings you all the latest news, rumours and deals related to the Red Devils as the January transfer window heats up

Fellaini wants out of Man United

Marouane Fellaini has told Jose Mourinho he is not interested in staying at Manchester United, claims the Sun.

The Belgium midfielder, who has suffered with injuries this term, is out of contract in the summer. 

And after rejecting an extension in September he has resisted all Mourinho's efforts to convince him into signing a new deal. 

Lucas Moura agrees to Man Utd move

Lucas Moura has agreed to join Manchester United from PSG, reports Calciomercato.

The Brazilian attacker is keen to move to the Premier League, and is now pushing the French club to acquiesce to his sale.

United, meanwhile, are likely to pursue Antoine Griezmann in the summer, as they bid to further bolster their attack.

Man Utd talent Traore signs professional deal

Manchester United youngster Aliou Traore has signed his first professional contract with the club, the Red Devils have confirmed.

The 17-year-old midfielder has been impressing in United's academy and, despite having only officially joined the club in December 2017, has already been handed a professional deal.

Chelsea, Arsenal & Man Utd battle for Bailey

Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal are set to battle for the signature of Leon Bailey, according to the Mirror.

The Bayer Leverkusen winger is likely to command a fee of more than £40 million, although his club are reluctant to sell.

PSG rule out Dybala in Man Utd boost

Manchester United's chances of signing Paulo Dybala have been boosted by Paris Saint-Germain's decision not to pursue the Juventus man, according to the Mirror.

PSG have ruled out a summer move for Dybala, with the Red Devils next in line as Jose Mourinho seeks attacking reinforcements.

United also are reportedly monitoring Antoine Griezmann, though Barcelona's interest in the Frenchman could see the Red Devils turn their attention to Dybala.

Mourinho tells Man Utd: Buy Kante or I'm off

Jose Mourinho has demanded Manchester United buy N'Golo Kante if they want him to stay at the club, states Don Balon.

The Chelsea star is now considered one of the world's finest defensive midfielders, and his talents have left Mourinho as a keen admirer.

Wilson set for Sheffield loan

Manchester United striker James Wilson is set for a loan to Sheffield United, according to the Daily Mail.

The 22-year-old hasn't played a first-team match since suffering a torn knee ligament in October 2016 while on loan with Derby County.

Wilson has scored four goals in 20 first-team appearances for the Red Devils but has been relegated to the club's reserves this season.

Barca ahead of Man Utd in Griezmann chase

Manchester United face a battle to convince Antoine Griezmann to join them, with Barcelona considered favourites to land the Atletico Madrid star, according to ESPN.

The Red Devils retain an interest in the France international but he would prefer to stay in Spain, thus edging Barca to the front of the queue for his signature.

Griezmann is unlikely to leave the Liga club in January and although he remains open to a switch to Old Trafford, there are still reservations about swapping Madrid for Manchester.

Roma still want Darmian

Manchester United defender Matteo Darmian remains Roma’s primary target in their search for a new right-back, reports Corriere dello Sport.

Darmian has struggled to establish himself as a regular starter at Old Trafford, but the Italy international’s agent recently insisted he was not for sale.

However, Roma are still interested in bringing Darmian back to Serie A, even if a loan deal for the rest of the season is unlikely.

Juventus ready Ozil offer

Juventus are ready to move for Mesut Ozil, if the Arsenal playmaker doesn’t join Manchester United in the January transfer window, claims Corriere dello Sport.

Ozil is out of contract at the end of the season and has been linked with a €40 million reunion with his former Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho at United.

However, if that transfer doesn’t materialise, then Juve, who have been long-term admirers of Ozil, will look to put together a package to sign the Germany international on a free transfer and offer him the chance to play in a new league.