As the New Year unfolds, the January transfer window is open, and Manchester United is already making moves. Here’s a roundup of the latest updates from Old Trafford:
Atletico Madrid in Talks for Mason Greenwood:
Sir Jim Ratcliffe, now in charge of United’s football operations, faces a significant decision regarding Mason Greenwood’s future.
The 22-year-old forward, currently on a season-long loan in Spain, has piqued the interest of Atletico Madrid.
Sporting director Andrea Berta has reportedly initiated talks for Greenwood’s signature next summer.
Meanwhile, Barcelona is also entering the race, planning a £40m bid and offering the iconic No. 10 shirt to secure his services at the end of the campaign.
Donny van de Beek Joins Eintracht Frankfurt:
Donny van de Beek’s tumultuous time at Manchester United may be drawing to a close as he completes a loan move to Eintracht Frankfurt until the end of the season.
The 26-year-old midfielder, who underwent a medical at the Bundesliga club in December, is now officially part of the squad.
Frankfurt reportedly holds an option to buy Van de Beek for around £12m, providing a potential fresh start for the player in Germany.
Leny Yoro on United’s Radar:
Lille’s 18-year-old center-back, Leny Yoro, has caught the attention of Manchester United amid an impressive season.
United has reportedly made contact with the player, but they face stiff competition from Liverpool, Manchester City, and Paris Saint-Germain.
Despite the interest, Lille is determined to retain Yoro and has set a valuation of £78m on the talented defender this year.