Good morning Man Utd fans
Spain manager Luis Enrique has reportedly emerged as yet another contender for the Manchester United job this summer.
According to ESPN, Enrique has joined Paris Saint-Germain head coach Mauricio Pochettino on United’s shortlist.
However, neither the Spaniard or Pochettino are favourites to replace interim boss Ralf Rangnick at the helm.
United players seem desperate for ex-Tottenham manager Pochettino to take charge due to his Premier League experience.
However, reports suggest the Argentine head coach is also a target for Real Madrid.
And Enrique is emerging as a viable candidate following his glittering success at Barcelona.
Meanwhile, United are facing further competition in the bidding war over Roma ace Nicolo Zaniolo.
AC Milan appear to have joined United and Juventus in the chase for Zaniolo.
It’s thought the Giallorossi would consider offers of around £45million for the forward.
The Italy international has registered four goals and five assists in 28 appearances across all competitions this season.
And United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo issued a message to fans after receiving criticism for his strop at Burnley.
Ronaldo took to Instagram to praise the United faithful as the ‘best in football.’
The five-time Ballon d’Or winner stormed down the tunnel after the referee’s final whistle.
The star forward threw down some white strapping from his wrists, while his team-mates stayed behind to thank the travelling fans.
Ronaldo posted: “Supporters are and will always be the best in football, and we must respect everything they face and endure for their clubs.”
Finally, United are among four clubs monitoring Benfica star Darwin Nunez.
According to the Mirror, United, Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund and AC Milan are all keeping tabs on Nunez ahead of the summer transfer window.
The centre-forward is said to be worth in excess of €50m (£42.1m).
The Uruguay international has amassed a whopping 21 goals in 26 appearances across all competitions this season