Atletico Madrid star Antoine Greizmann has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United
Antoine Griezmann will remain at Atletico Madrid ‘for a long time’, according to president Enrique Cerezo.
The 25-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Manchester United this summer.
But Cerezo has moved to cool speculation over Griezmann’s potential departure by claiming he is hopeful that he will stay at the Vicente Calderon.
"I don’t know what the interest from Manchester will be," Cerezo told television show Minuto.
"I can say that Griezmann will be an Atletico player for a long time."
Livingston youngster Matthew Knox is hopeful of joining Manchester United
Matthew Knox is hopeful of a move to Manchester United.
The 17-year-old Livingston midfielder enjoyed three trial periods at United and has opened up about his time at Carrington.
“It was completely different experience to anything I have been used to,” Knox told the Daily Record.
“I was there was for a week and I trained with the Under-23s side and their manager is Nicky Butt.
“He’s a legend and he really made an effort to put me at ease so I’ll just wait and see what comes of it.”
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Michael Andersson reckons Zlatan Ibrahimovic can continue to play into his 40s
Manchester United's January transfer targets
Sun, December 25, 2016
Express Sport takes a look at the star players Manchester United could target in the January transfer window
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Virgil van Dijk: The Southampton centre-half has been one of the stand-out talents so far this season and Manchester United face competition from Liverpool and Manchester City for the Dutchman’s signature. Although it will come at a price as the 25-year-old recently signed a six-year deal with Saints
Zlatan Ibrahimovic can continue to play until his 40s, according to former coach Michael Andersson.
“Zlatan’s skills fit United very well,” Andersson, who worked with Ibrahimovic at Malmo, told The Sun.
“He always adapts to whatever league he is in. I don’t think him playing until he’s 40 is impossible.
“He has been lucky not to have any serious injuries in his career.
“But it’s not impossible he can play for United for another three or five years.”