Premier League rumours: Zlatan and Wayne could both be on way out of Old Trafford


ZLATAN IBRAHIMOVIC could have called time on his Manchester United career after turning down a £13million offer from the Red Devils to pay him while he is injured, reports the Sun. The 35-year-old Swede is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after suffering a serious knee injury and will be out of contract this summer.

Staying with United, and the Daily Star is reporting that Jose Mourinho is aiming to prise WILLIAN away from his former club Chelsea. The paper claims Mourinho is confident of tempting the Brazil international to Old Trafford in a £35million swoop.

While Willian could be on his way into United, WAYNE ROONEY may be about to bid his farewells with the Independent saying the England forward will either return to his former club Everton or move to the Chinese Super League or Major League Soccer.

MASSIMILIANO ALLEGRI has ended speculation about his future by agreeing a new contract with Juventus, says the Sun. The Italian had been linked with Arsenal and Barcelona but has accepted a new deal which will tie him to the Serie A giants until at least 2020.



KYLIAN MBAPPE: The Monaco forward is one of the hottest properties in football at present and could have his pick of clubs if he decides to move on in the summer. Only a select few will be able to meet the reported £100million asking price though, with Real Madrid, Manchester United and Chelsea in that select band, reports the Daily Mail.

MICHAEL KEANE: The England international looks to be on his way out of Burnley at the end of the season and, according to the Daily Express, his former club Manchester United have agreed a £15million deal for the centre-back. Arsenal, Everton, Tottenham, Liverpool and Manchester City are also said to be interested.

SERGE GNABRY: Gnabry has flourished since leaving Arsenal for Werder Bremen last year and the 21-year-old Germany international could be on the move again soon, with Borussia Dortmund the latest club to be linked with the winger, reports the Sun.

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