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Manchester United willing to listen to James Garner offers as youngster is wanted by three clubs
Manchester United youngster James Garner could be sent out on loan, according to Daily Mail. Garner has made an impressive start to his first-team career having played a part in United’s Europa League and EFL Cup campaigns.
Cardiff City, Swansea City and Sheffield Wednesday are all keen on taking him on loan. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is likely to allow the 19-year-old to depart when the window reopens to get more playing time.
Luke Shaw reveals Manchester United training plans
Luke Shaw has revealed the Manchester United squad are “itching” to get started with ball work when the players return to training on Wednesday.
After a conference call with Premier League clubs on Monday, it was announced that a unanimous vote had been passed on a return to training, with United’s players heading back to Carrington in small groups from Wednesday.
Manchester United coach names “fantastic” academy star who could be close to first-team breakthrough
Manchester United Under-23s coach Neil Wood has named Teden Mengi as a youngster who could be close to a first-team breakthrough. The 18-year-old has been tipped as someone who could soon follow Brandon Williams.
“Teden has been fantastic,” Wood said. “He came up to us quite early on in the season and, a bit like Brandon in a sense, he came from the 18s and took his chance. He played really well and he kept his place in the team.
Andre Gray explains what annoys him about Paul Pogba claim at Manchester United
Watford forward Andre Gray has opened up on the recent criticism over Paul Pogba.
Manchester United midfielder had to miss the most part of the season, struggling with injures and making just 7 appearances for the club.
The lack of displays, as well as the transfer speculations linking the 27-year-old with Real Madrid and his former side Juventus, led to the talks that claim Pogba is not committed to the Red Devils.
Max Taylor signs new contact with Manchester United
Max Taylor has signed a new one-year contract extension with Manchester United.
Taylor has been with the Red Devils since the age of 14. The defender had to start chemo after being diagnosed with cancer in Novermber 2018.