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Ten hag makes first man utd signing, Christiano Ronaldo to STAY, pogba received man city firm offer

Good morning, Manchester United supporters!


According to Betfair, Paris Saint-Germain is the favorite to sign Paul Pogba.


Mauricio Pochettino's Ligue 1 champions are the best bet at 4/5 to sign Manchester United's restless France superstar.


Pogba, 29, is said to have rejected down a transfer to Manchester City, but his contract at Old Trafford is set to expire this summer.


Meanwhile, Stevenage wonderkid Elyh Harrison has apparently been Erik ten Hag's first Manchester United signing.


 The 16-year-old goalkeeper has created a name for himself in the U18s team of the League Two club.


He joined the senior squad for training earlier this season at the age of 15, demonstrating his remarkable development.


Now, according to UtdDistrict, he has accepted to join Man United.


In other news, Manchester United's chase of Red Bull Salzburg star Karim Adeyemi appears to be finished.


According to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano, Adeyemi's agent Thomas Solomon has confirmed that a move to Dortmund is "near" to being completed.


 "We're almost done with the transaction with Borussia Dortmund," Solomon remarked.


"His five-year contract will not include a release clause."


Finally, Pau Torres of Villarreal has been identified as a possible summer target for Manchester United.


Manchester United have earmarked Torres as one of three or four potential new centre-back alternatives, according to Italian writer Fabrizio Romano.


The 25-year-old Spaniard's deal includes a £51 million release clause.


The Red Devils have yet to put anything tangible on the table as they await the arrival of Erik ten Hag as head coach.


Negotiations with the LaLiga side on a deal for Torres have yet to begin due to possible boardroom changes.

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