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MANCHESTER UNITED are putting Jadon Sancho through his paces in a medical ahead of a £72million move to Old Trafford.

Meanwhile Raphael Varane is said to be on the verge of agreeing personal terms with the Red Devils.

And fans have been brilliantly decorating Marcus Rashford's mural in Manchester with supportive messages after he was targeted by vile racist abuse.


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  • Gary Stonehouse


    JADON SANCHO has completed his medical at Manchester United with an official announcement of his £73million move expected in the next 48 hours.

    Just two days after crucially missing a penalty kick in the Euro 2020 final shoot-out against Italy, Sancho was at United’s Carrington training ground on Tuesday to take the next step in his career.

    There was no problem with the medical.

    And now an official unveiling of him in the club’s new kit is imminent.

    This ends a year-long pursuit of the Borussia Dormund winger after United failed to land him last summer.

    The Bundesliga club were asking over £100million which United refused to pay for such a young player.

    They were always confident of the deal eventually going through with Sancho himself determined to make the move.

    The 21-year-old will now have three weeks off before returning to training with his fellow Three-Lions stars Luke Shaw and Marcus Rashford.

    Having come through Watford and then Manchester City’s academy, Sancho was a star in the Bundesliga scoring 50 goals in 137 appearances for Dortmund.

    The signing is a major boost for Solskjaer who just missed out on his first trophy as manager last season with his own penalty heartache in the Europa League Final.

  • Anthony Chapman


    England and Man United star Marcus Rashford will be out until October after deciding to undergo shoulder surgery.

    The striker is now set to miss the first two months of the new Premier League season after being plagued by the problem this year.

    Rashford will go under the knife at the end of July after further scans showed extensive damage to the area.

  • Anthony Chapman


    The future is bright for English football — you only have to look at the number of excellent young players coming out of your academies to realise that.

    Sure, there is sadness and frustration at losing the Euro 2020 final to Italy.

    But if I compare the academies at Premier League clubs now to how they were when I first arrived in England in 2004, then the improvement is vast.

    I hope leading Premier League managers don’t just think of their own clubs but also the national team and that they give these young English guys more chances.


  • Anthony Chapman


    Harry Maguire has paid tribute to England’s penalty takers — and admitted he would not have taken one for his country at such a young age.

    Maguire said: “When I was 19 or 20, I would have been standing there saying ‘I don’t want to take one’.

    "There is no chance I would have been putting my hand up at their age.

    “So look at the courage and bravery of these young lads, look at the age of Bukayo, Jadon and Marcus.

    “The things I have gone through have made me more confident and have given me belief.

    “I am able to handle those situations better, now I am happy to take one and I executed it well.

    “These people who are being abusive would not be able to handle the pressure.

    “It is the highest amount of pressure you will feel, so to do it at their age and to show such bravery should be applauded.

    “I spoke with the three lads afterwards. I have checked up with them and seen how they are but they are courageous lads.

    “They should be applauded rather than criticised.

    “I took a penalty in a play-off final shootout for Sheffield United when I was 19 but doing it for England is completely different.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Harry Maguire spoke of his joy tonight at being reunited with his family – and seeing one of his girls walk for the first time.

    Maguire said: “It has been tough in that department – not seeing your families or your kids.

    "I have come home and one of my little ones is walking. I did not see that. It is all part and parcel of the journey.

    “What we did in camp was the correct decision because we didn’t have any positive tests which was important for the journey and creating history like we did.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Harry Maguire believes Euro heartache means England will be even better prepared to win the World Cup.

    He said: “All the disappointments tend to stick around and you always think about them. I still think about Russia and I will still think about this final for many years to come.

    “I wish we could have made it a memorable night. We did everything we could but it was not enough. It still feels raw. I’m still feeling the emotion and I’m still feeling the  disappointment.

    “To not lose a game over the tournament and not come out as champions is really disappointing.

    “But we are in  a lot better place compared to after Russia.

    “Hopefully we will come back from Qatar in an even better place than now.

    “This tournament we won three knockout games and lost one on penalties. This shows the way we have gone forward as a team.

    “We are a young team with a bad experience of losing the final. But we will learn from it.

    “For me personally, I felt a lot better playing in the final than I did against Croatia in the semi-finals in terms of my mental state, confidence and belief.

    “I am sure if we get to another knockout game, the lads who have got to this tournament will learn and improve. The World Cup is only 16 months away.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Furious Harry Maguire called for a clampdown on social media giants — saying they make it too easy for racists to abuse footballers online.

    He said: “Something needs to be done. The companies need to verify every account.

    “It is too easy to troll and abuse. To be racist is just too easy to be done and get away with.

    “The amount of times we lose a football match with Manchester United and it happens — something needs to be changed.

    “There are so many good sides to social media. We want to show fans what we are doing in-camp and want to interact and tell them how we feel.

    “There is a negative side but it can be stopped and changed. We need it to change.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    England ace Harry Maguire has told how his dad Alan was left with suspected broken ribs by ticketless yobs who stormed Wembley.

    Maguire said: “It was not a nice experience — it shook him up. But he was fortunate as every game he has been to he has had my nephew or one of my kids on his shoulders.

    “So I’m thankful that did not happen as it could have been a really serious moment.

    “My dad was in the stampede. I have not spoken with him too much but I am pleased my kids didn’t go to the game. 

    “It was scary — he said he was scared and I don’t want anyone to experience that at a football match.

    “I have seen a lot of videos and have spoken to Dad and my family. It was my dad and agent who suffered the most.

    “I hope we can learn from this and make sure it doesn’t happen again.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Man United are reportedly in direct talks with Real Madrid over a deal for Raphael Varane.

    Fabrizio Romano claims the two clubs are discussing a transfer fee for the France defender.

    And personal terms will be no problem, with Varane keen on making the move.

  • Anthony Chapman


    Atletico Madrid have instantly rejected Barcelona's offer to swap Nou Camp flop Antoine Griezmann for Joao Felix.

    Marca claims Diego Simeone is not interested in re-signing Griezmann, especially at the expense of Atleti’s record signing Felix.

    Griezmann has been tipped to leave Barca this summer, with Man United, Man City and Chelsea linked.

  • Anthony Chapman


    Hundreds of well-wishers have arrived at Marcus Rashford's mural for a Stand Up To Racism vigil after the England hero was targeted with vile abuse.

    Crowds took the knee at this evening at the Stand Up to Racism demonstration as they showed their support for Three Lions stars who received sickening racist abuse.

  • Anthony Chapman


    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hailed Luke Shaw’s Euro 2020 heroics.

    And he believes the left-back can continue his terrific form back at Man United.

    Solskjaer said: “I’m so happy for Luke. I was watching it and ‘what’s just happened?'”

    “He started the attack and we’ve encouraged him to get into the last third.

    “We know how technically gifted he is and skilful he is and he hit the ball very, very sweetly. 

    “He keeps his eye on the ball, straight laces and it’s margins again – off the post and in, not off the post and out. 

    “That’s football for you. Luke deserves all the luck he can get. He’s had a tremendous couple of years with us.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Marcus Rashford will be the first one to put his hand up to take a penalty kick if it ever gets to a shoot-out with Man United.

    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said: “You learn from it and definitely come back stronger. I’ve not seen many people, at this club anyway, who lay down and say I’ll not take a penalty anymore. 

    “I know Marcus is going to put his hand up and say he wants to take one for us.

    “You know the thing is when you step up to take a penalty, I think you’ve already won.

     “You’ve taken on the responsibility and I’m sure many of the players are hoping I don’t want to take a penalty.

    “So I think it’s a great character trait to step up and say I will deal with it, and the consequences. You might be the hero or the one who misses. That’s football.”

  • Anthony Chapman


    Jadon Sancho has completed his medical at Manchester United with an official announcement of his £73million move expected in the next 48 hours.

    Just two days after crucially missing a penalty kick in the Euro 2020 final shoot-out against Italy, Sancho was at United’s Carrington training ground today to take the next step in his career.

    There was no problem with the medical and an official unveiling of him in the club’s new kit is imminent.

    This ends a year-long pursuit of the Borussia Dortmund winger after United failed to land him last summer.

  • Anthony Chapman


    Wayne Rooney is giving Ravel Morrison a career lifeline by letting him train at Derby County.

    Morrison, 28, played at Manchester United when Rooney was in his prime but is currently without a club.

    The talented star is staying fit with the Rams and hoping to catch the eye as he plots his next move after years of moving clubs.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Jadon Sancho has completed his Man United medical ahead of his £73million move from Borussia Dortmund.

    And football journalist Fabrizio Romano claims the player has signed a contract with the side two weeks on from the clubs agreeing to a deal in principle.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Jadon Sancho has completed his medical at Manchester United ahead of his £73million move from Borussia Dortmund.

    It is reported the player signed his contract today weeks after the clubs are thought to have sealed a deal in principle.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has bid a temporary farewell to Eric Bailly and Amad Diallo with both stars jetting off to Japan.

    The Red Devils duo are due to represent the Ivory Coast at the Tokyo Olympics this month.

    And Bailly, 27, is reported to be joining his national team as an 'over-age' player with a limit on the number of players over 24 included in the Games' football competition.

    Solskjaer said: "I think everyone when they grow up, watches the Olympics and can see Usain Bolt or Ryan Giggs. I saw him play in the Olympics [for Great Britain].

    "When your country calls you up, I think I can't stand in the way of that boyhood dream being fulfilled.

    "Of course, Eric is over-age, but I think they can see the value of him and that's why they have brought him in.

    "Amad (19) is a young, exciting prospect. It'll be good to see them. It'll be their pre-season, but they've got to come back with a medal.

    "We need a nice feel about the place when they come back!"

    Eric Bailly will represent Ivory Coast at the Tokyo Olympics
  • Sandra Brobbey


    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident Marcus Rashford will keep taking penalties for Man United following his Euro 2020 final penalty miss.

    Rashford's effort hit the post while Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka's attempts were saved by Italy keeper Gianluigi Donnarumma.

    The result at Wembley led to Italy claiming their second European Championship crown.

    Solskjaer told United's web site: "When you step up to take a penalty, I think you've already won.

    "You've taken on the responsibility and I'm sure many of the players are hoping, 'I don't want to take a penalty'.

    "So I think it's a great character trait to step up and say, 'I will deal with it, [and] the consequences."

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is predicting more of his young stars could be set for temporary spells away from Carrington.

    But many of the United boss's starlets are expected to play a part in the club's pre-season games.

    The team are due to play Derby in a friendly fixture on Saturday.

    Solskjaer said: "We’ve already lined up a few (loans) and some of them are still in discussions between us and the players about where is the best place to go.”

    “We’ve got six weeks together before the league starts and a couple of training camps here in the UK.

    “It’s the most sensible thing, we felt, being in and around here. You don’t get the, how do you say, aggravation of: 'Are we green, red or amber [in terms of travelling abroad]?'It’s just the way the world works at the moment.  

    “The young kids will definitely be part of the Derby game and then we’ve got another couple of games coming up and they can be part of it.”

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Jadon Sancho is reportedly undergoing his medical at Man United following his £73million move.

    And the club are thought to be pursuing a deal for Raphael Varane.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Jose Mourinho could be set to try and tempt Alex Telles away from Old Trafford.

    The Roma boss is reportedly gearing up to make a bid for the left-back, 28, following Leonardo Spinazzola's Achilles injury.

    The Italy star, included in the Euro 2020 Team of the Tournament line-up, suffered the damage during his team's win against Belgium.

    Calciomercato say Telles is among the player options Mourinho is thought to be considering.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Paul Pogba has thrown weight behind England stars subjected to horrific racial abuse online after the Euros 2020 finals.

    The Man United star, who has been a victim of racist trolling, is urging Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka to keep their heads up.

    The trio were on the receiving end of abusive messages following their penalty misses against Italy at Wembley.

    On Instagram, Pogba wrote:"You win some, you lose some. You took the courage to take the penalties and you showed your worth to help your country reach the final.

    "We cannot tolerate or stand for racism anymore and we will never stop combatting it.

    "You boys should hold your heads high and be proud of your confidence. You are examples of this beautiful game. Never forget that.

    "Be proud of yourselves, the world of football is proud of you!"

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Real Madrid reckons Man United's £38.5million offer (45million Euros) for Raphael Varane is insufficient, according to reports.

    And the LaLiga giants are thought to be holding out for at least £43m for the France centre-back according to Mundo Deportivo via Sport Witness.

    Varane, 28, is thought to be keen on a move to Old Trafford following his ten-year spell at Madrid.

    However, Carlo Ancelotti's side hopes to retain the player.

    And club officials are thought to have offered the star a new deal that includes an annual salary of £6m.

    The Les Bleus player's contract with Madrid is due to expire at the end of next season.

  • Sandra Brobbey


    Wayne Rooney has come to the aid of Ravel Morrison by allowing the former Man United prodigy to train at Derby County.

    Alan Nixon reports the 28-year-old has been training with the Rams in a bid to stay fit as he plans his next move.

    Morrison, who began his career in United's academy, is currently without a club.

    The midfielder did not make any Old Trafford appearances before moving to West Ham in 2012.

    And the former England youth prospect has had spells at Lazio and Sheffield United, and loan stays at Birmingham, QPR, Cardiff and Middlesbrough.

    This year Morrison, who switched allegiances to represent Jamaica last, talked of his love for Arsenal and how he hopes to see the Gunners win the Premier League again.

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