Good morning, Red Devils fans
Manchester United could have new owners BEFORE the end of the Premier League season, according to reports.
The Glazers purchased the club for £790m back in 2005, but their long reign could be coming to an end.
That’s because the BBC believe a deal could be ironed out by the spring.
United will offer Marcus Rashford a new long-term deal, according to reports.
The 25-year-old’s current Old Trafford contract expires at the end of the season, although United do have an option to extend.
But they’re set to reward Rashford for his outstanding form for club and country with a contract extension.
Rashford is also the World Cup’s top scorer, and his revival is taking Qatar by storm.
Jaap Stam is unsure whether his fellow Dutchman Cody Gakpo is the solution for United.
He told Football Betting: “Everyone is talking about Cody Gakpo, people are going to assume that Man Utd are going to go for him but I don’t know if that’s the situation.
“Gakpo would be a player that would fit into the Man Utd squad.
“There would be questions over whether he can deliver straight away because he’s from Holland and we have seen people struggle in the past.
“The question is then, do Man Utd need to go for a more experienced winger that has maybe played at a certain level so that they can have an impact straight away.”
And Gary Neville reckons Harry Maguire will turn things around at United thanks to his excellent England form.
Neville told Sky Sports: “Harry is a good player and a good centre-back who has been brilliant at the last two tournaments – he’s just had an awful time at United in the last 12 months and United is a very unforgiving place.
“I know that from being there for 20 years. If something isn’t right, that place can eat you alive, and Harry is just getting that at the moment.
“But I think he will come through it at United.”