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Ten Hag comes to brutal decision on £50m Solskjaer signing for Man Utd; Liverpool move for new-era Galactico has Real Madrid sweating

Manchester United are willing to let a big-money signing leave on the cheap with a January move set up, Liverpool’s ambitions for a blockbuster transfer move have made Real Madrid extremely nervous, and Man City are poised to move for a £105 million Chelsea target, according to Sunday’s Transfer Gossip.

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Aaron Wan-Bissaka will be permitted to leave Manchester United on loan in January, with a new club already in the works.

The 24-year-old is out of favor at Old Trafford, having played only four minutes under Erik ten Hag. But the new United manager has had enough of the full-back and has paved the way for him to leave in January.

The Sun reports that a January loan return to former club Crystal Palace is already in the works.

And the relocation to Selhurst Park gives the Eagles the option of making it permanent next summer.

Wan-Bissaka will have a difficult time at Old Trafford following his departure.

Wan-Bissaka became the most expensive player in British football history after signing with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in the summer of 2019. He has never gained a senior international cap.

However, their chances of securing a reasonable compensation for the player are dwindling. Wan-contract Bissaka’s with the Red Devils is up in two and a half years after he struggled to make an impact.

According to The Sun, United will forgo the full-loan back’s fee. That is, as long as the Eagles pay his complete weekly remuneration of £80,000. During that time, Wan-Bissaka will try to impress Patrick Vieira sufficiently to convince him to make the move permanent.

United are looking for a new right-back.

Ten Hag is now looking for a backup for Diogo Dalot, who is one of the first names on United’s teamsheet.

In a subtle dig at Wan-Bissaka earlier this week, he hinted that a new right-back was on his radar.

And it’s no surprise to hear that United are planning a new raid for a Championship player who has long been on their radar.

“I’m incredibly satisfied with Diogo’s growth,” Ten Hag told Sky Sports.

“From game to game, his defensive positioning improves. His time, as well as his duels, improve from game to game. And I think he’s incredibly good in possession.”

Ten Hag’s dig at Wan-Bissaka suggests United will actively seek a new right-back in January.

“He [Dalot] has the breath to get up and down [the flank], so the development is extremely fantastic,” he continued.

“However, I think a club like Manchester United needs two good full-backs.” “We’ve got a lot of games to cover.”


According to reports, Liverpool has shredded Real Madrid’s ‘confidence’ that they were on track to win the Jude Bellingham transfer battle.

The England teenager has emerged as one of the most sought-after players in the world. Bellingham has six goals and two assists in 20 appearances this season as an advanced midfielder. In addition, he has worn the Dortmund captaincy to emphasize his rank and maturity.

However, BVB understands that maintaining Bellingham past the end of the season will be difficult. Indeed, several heavyweight teams are hot on his tail and eager to put their loyalty to him to the test. As a result, his asking price might easily exceed £130 million (€150 million).

Few clubs in the world could afford such a transfer, with Real Madrid being one of them. As a result, there was much speculation in the Spanish media and in Madrid that Bellingham might become a new age Galactico in 2023.

That asking price was expected to keep Liverpool, which is not among the wealthy elite, out of the transfer race. However, according to a rumor this week, the Reds are willing to pay whatever it takes to sign Bellingham.

According to Marca, the Bernabeu’s executives are concerned about Liverpool’s rumoured move for the star. They now fear that Liverpool, their biggest opponent for his signature, would usurp them in the trade.

Jurgen Klopp is desperate to bolster Liverpool’s midfield in 2023, with sources stating two of their current choices are among three players on the market ahead of the January transfer window.

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