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Man Utd goalie David De Gea’s future at Old Trafford is in the balance, according to a report.

The Telegraph claim club officials are undecided whether or not to offer the Spaniard an extension to his contract – which will keep him at the club until 2024.

England and Everton keeper Jordan Pickford is being lined up as his replacement, the Telegraph adds.

Barcelona legend Dani Alves has opened up on his secret “love” for Manchester United superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.

The two footballing greats came up against each other on numerous occasions when they played for Barcelona and Real Madrid.

Alves said on a podcast: “I love Cristiano. Now that we are no longer at Barca and Madrid I can speak, because it always seemed like I couldn’t.

“Cristiano exemplifies, for all of us who don’t have that much quality, that with hard work you can also compete against the best. I respect him a lot and I had the opportunity to tell him.

“There came a time because of the rivalry that I went up to greet him and he didn’t greet me. There was a controversy that never came out, but in the Ballon d’Or dressing room we had a ‘scuffle’.

“I greeted everyone and he didn’t greet me because of what Barca-Madrid was generating outside.”

Man Utd are keeping tabs on Alessandro Bastoni, according to reports.

The Inter Milan defender, 23, impressed for the Azzuri as Italy defeated England on Friday night.

And now the Red Devils have joined Man City in the race for the centre-back’s signature, say Gazzetta dello Sport.

Bastoni has won 15 caps for his country – with his contract expiring in 2024.

Napoli defender Kim Min-jae is a target for Erik ten Hag, according to reports.

The South Korean signed for the Serie A giants this summer from Fenerbahce.

And he has continued to impress in Italy at centre-back.

Min-Jae has a release clause of around £43million.





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