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Saturday 27 May
10.30: Antoine Griezmann took to Twitter last night to say he's still an Atletico player and reports he's agreed a move to Manchester United are wrong.
Spanish newspaper Marca have a theory, though.
They believe Griezmann is only saying that so he can get a better wage deal at Old Trafford. Interesting theory.
"The rumours are unfounded, I am still a Colchonero," Griezmann said on Twitter. "My destiny will be decided after discussing it with my sporting advisors."
10:00 We know Lukaku is wanted by Manchester United… but the latest comments from Eden Hazard are interesting.
The two are team-mates together for Belgian but has he hinted they will now link up with Chelsea.
Speaking to Belgian outlet HNB, Hazard said: "If I'm signing a new deal, there's maybe no money left for Romelu. I'm joking."
Watch this space on that one…
09:10: Alvaro Morata was on Chelsea and Manchester United's radar… but if reports coming out of Spain are anything to go by, a Prem move is not going to happen.
Marca are saying Morata has flown out for talks with AC Milan and that he's already agreed a deal.
The striker wants to leave because he's unhappy with a lack of game-time at Real.
08:50: So Antoine Griezmann took to Twitter last night to say he's still an Atletico player and reports he's agreed a move to Manchester United are wrong.
Spanish newspaper Marca have a theory, though.
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They believe Griezmann is only saying that so he can get a better wage deal at Old Trafford. Interesting theory…
07:50: Who will Manchester United sign, then?
Our sources in Manchester are saying the Frenchman is Jose Mourinho's top summer transfer target – far from big breaking news.
They are also saying James Rodriguez is being monitored but is NOT a priority. Instead, Romelu Lukaku is on United's radar and a far more interesting option they want to explore.
Despite selling him while boss of Chelsea, Mourinho remains a big fan and wants to bring him to Old Trafford. Interesting…
07:04: And there's some interesting quotes emerging from Marouane Fellaini, who has admitted he will do anything for Jose Mourinho.
After initially struggling to win over the fans, the afro-haired Belgian played a key role in the 2-0 Europa League final win over Ajax.
And Fellaini is adamant he has the trust of his manager.
“When I feel that people trust me, I’m prepared to do everything," Fellaini told Belgian paper hln.be.
“If I have to break my foot for him [Mourinho], I’ll do it. That’s me. Even when I’m in pain, I play.”
06:50: Morning all! So we have an update on Antoine Griezmann, who has scotched talk he has agreed a deal to join Manchester United.
Jose Mourinho has made Griezmann his top summer target and is prepared to meet his £86million buy-out clause.
But the Atletico Madrid striker took to Twitter to deny a move to Old Trafford is on the horizon.
He tweeted: “All the rumours are unfounded.
“I’m still Colchonero. My direction will be established after discussion with my sporting advisor."
Manchester United are keeping tabs on Lucas Moura
02:50 Michael Keane is confident of a move to Manchester United.
United are hoping to re-sign Keane from Burnley as part of their £200m recruitment drive.
And according to The Independent, the 24-year-old has told friends Old Trafford is his most likely destination.
The Red Devils sold Keane to Burnley for just £2.5m two years ago.
00.45 Manchester United could resurrect their interest in Paris Saint-Germain star Lucas Moura, according to reports.
The Red Devils tried to sign the midfielder when Sir Alex Ferguson was in charge.
And Sport Witness claim the French giants are prepared to sell the Brazil international providing they receive an offer as close to £40million as possible.
United, it is understood, have made enquiries and Jose Mourinho doesn’t want a move for Chelsea’s Willian to be fruitless.
22.30: Matteo Darmian has admitted he is happy at Manchester United, despite reports linking him with a summer exit.
"I've got another two years on my contract here and I am happy in Manchester," he told Italian outlet La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"Now, with a medal around my neck, is not the right time to talk about my future – we can do that later. But I cannot deny that I have settled in here perfectly."
20.45: Sergio Romero wants to become Manchester United’s number one – if David de Gea seals a move to Real Madrid.
Romero has played back up to De Gea and played in the Europa League final on Wednesday.
But now he wants to be first choice.
"I've been able to show I'm a goalkeeper that can play for this club but you know never know what's going to happen in the future so you have to keep working hard for what comes next,” he said.
"I could be the number one or number two (next season), it all depends on hard work and I do work hard. My intention is to stay."
20.20: Manchester United want to make four key summer signings – the same as last year.
Jose Mourinho signed Eric Bailly, Paul Pogba, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Zlatan Ibrahimovic last summer.
And this year he is keen on a centre-back, central midfielder, a winger who can play both sides and a striker.
Mourinho is expected to splash out huge sums on Antoine Griezmann and could break the £300million barrier.
20.00: Bernardo Silva has now signed for Manchester City in a deal worth £43million.
United had been in for the Portugal playmaker but lost out to City who have completed the signing on a five-year contract.
And Silva admits the lure of playing under Pep Guardiola was too much to turn down.
18.15: Manchester United have missed out on signing Bernardo Silva – with the Monaco ace set to join rivals Manchester City.
Silva is in Manchester for a medical and will complete a move worth around £50million.
It will be the first move of many this summer for City and marks a blow for United.
16.55: Giuseppe Marotta admits Manchester United could have signed Paul Pogba for almost half the price – had Juventus inserted a buyout clause in his contract.
Pogba joined United last summer for £89million but Marotta admits had Juve insisted on a buyout clause when negotiating a contract with Pogba the price would have been far lower.
"Manchester United could have signed Paul Pogba for just £52million had Juventus inserted a buy-out clause in his contract," said Marotta.
"The value of a player is determined when you sell him.
"Had we put a clause in Pogba's contract three years before we sold him, €60 million would have been a good number. But we now sold him for €110m.
"Buy-out clauses are madness. I will never insert one in a player's contract.
"A high clause is not an advantage. It puts you in a vulnerable position instead. I don't know if Napoli would have sold Gonzalo Higuain for €90 million without the clause."
14:35: Manchester United are confident in keeping Real Madrid target David de Gea at the club this summer.
The Spain goalkeeper had been heavily linked witn a return to Madrid, after previously playing for city rivals Atletico.
But the addition of Champions League football, which has boosted each star's wages at Old Trafford, has put United in a stronger position of keeping the star.
Madrid initially tried to sign De Gea in 2015 but a deal fell through at the last minute of the transfer window.
13:10: Jose Mourinho has expressed his delight after Antonio Valencia signed a new contract at Manchester United.
"It is no secret that I had been an admirer of Antonio’s long before I joined the club," Mourinho said.
"I knew what a fantastic player he was and he has not disappointed me on that front.
"However, what I could never have imagined was what a great person he is.
"I know I have said this before but I truly believe it is a real privilege for us to have such a good player and such a good man. I am delighted he has extended his contract."
Valencia's new deal runs until 2019.
The former Wigan star, 31, has been one of United's top performers this season, making the unfamiliar right-back position his own.
Antonio Valencia has signed a new contract at Manchester United
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11:15: Borussia Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has handed in a transfer request sparking a transfer frenzy.
Aubameyang, 27, has enjoyed another sensational season, netting 39 goals in 45 appearances in all competitions.
But his time with the Bundesliga giants looks to be coming to an end, according to German publication Bild.
The Sun claim Manchester United are expected to challenge for his services, and his £59m price-tag is unlikely to deter Jose Mourinho’s side.
11:10: Paul Pogba has dropped a huge hint that Antoine Griezmann could be playing alongside him at Manchester United next season.
Pogba posted a video to Twitter of himself mimicking Griezmann’s famous 'Hotline Bling' celebration, along with the caption: “Next season…”
The French striker cast further doubt over his own future at Atletico Madrid last week after admitting he is "ready to go" in order to win trophies.
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10:15am: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is ready to let David de Gea leave – if Alvaro Morata is included in the deal.
Spanish newspaper Marca claim Mourinho wants £65million for De Gea but if Morata is included in the deal the fee wanted would be just £21.8m.
9:20am: Jose Mourinho appears to have ruled out a move for Monaco midfielder Bernardo Silva.
Speaking to Portuguese newspaper O Jogo, Mourinho said: “Will Bernardo Silva be with us next season? I don’t think so, honestly.
"But you never know, good players are always welcome here."
8:15am: Alan Shearer has told BBC Radio Five Live he thinks Wayne Rooney will return to Everton.
Rooney revealed a decision on his future would be made in the next few weeks after his Manchester United struggles this season.
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He said: "My guess would be an emotional return to where it all started, Everton."
7:30am: Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has a £200million "war chest" to spend on players this summer.
The Times say Mourinho's main targets are Antoine Griezmann, Eric Dier and Michael Keane.
Everton's Romelu Lukaku is also a player of interest.
After United's Europa League win over Ajax, which guaranteed their qualification for the Champions League, Mourinho said it is now down to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward to sign the players he wants in the transfer window.
I wish Mr Woodward all the success in his work because now it’s time for me to disconnect
Mourinho told MUTV: "I wish Mr Woodward all the success in his work because now it’s time for me to disconnect, because I’m very tired.
"I am going to land in Manchester, I am going to get a car to London, then to Portugal. I don't care about football for now. Now I am on holiday.
"I don't want to see any international friendlies, I am selfish. I can't do it. For me, enough is enough.
"It has been a very hard last few months, we were short of numbers. But with three trophies in one season and the Champions League, I am very happy in my most difficult season as a manager."