Man United transfer news: Ole holds ‘crisis talks,’ Zidane ‘learns English’ amid interest, Lingard EXCLUSIVE


Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Ole holding ‘crisis talks,’ Zidane ‘learning English,’ Lingard EXCLUSIVE

MANCHESTER UNITED play Watford in the Premier League tomorrow, but the headlines are still dominated by issues off the field.

Before the international break, Ole Gunnar Solksjaer’s team was defeated in the Manchester derby, and reports suggest he held crisis talks with senior members of his squad.

Zinedine Zidane has told United that he wants to wait until the summer before returning to management, according to reports in Germany.

Former France teammate Emmanuel Petit, on the other hand, says he understands that the ex-Real Madrid manager is currently studying English.

Jesse Lingard, who has rejected new terms with Manchester United, has been linked with a move to West Ham, according to SunSport.

Below you’ll find all the latest Manchester United news, transfers, and rumors from Old Trafford…


Manchester United will play for the first time since losing 2-0 to Manchester City prior to the international break this weekend.

Watford, who have lost their last two Premier League games, welcomes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side to Vicarage Road.

And SunSport understands that United manager Jose Mourinho may see this as an opportunity to shake things up ahead of a crucial eight-day period that includes away games against Villarreal and Chelsea.

Donny van de Beek, Jesse Lingard, and Jadon Sancho are three players who could be brought in from the cold.

Van de Beek has only played 16 minutes of Premier League action so far this season.

He could replace Fred, who may be looking for a rest after starting for Brazil against Argentina on Tuesday.

Lingard, like Van de Beek, has yet to start a Premier League game since returning from a loan spell with West Ham.

However, he has scored twice as a substitute and could get his chance against the Hornets.


Cristiano Ronaldo possesses all of the characteristics of a manager, but he has no chance of succeeding Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

That’s according to Liverpool legend Ian Rush, who believes the United striker’s touchline antics with Portugal demonstrate his desire to direct play both on and off the field.

United travel to Watford on Saturday after losing six of their previous 12 games before the international break.

If Solskjaer resigns, Leicester manager Brendan Rodgers is the clear favorite to take over at Old Trafford.

The Norwegian has stated that he is not a quitter and that he is confident in his ability to turn the Red Devils around.

However, Solskjaer is tipped to be the next Premier League manager to be fired, and Ronaldo, 36, has risen to the top of the list of contenders to replace him.

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