7am Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Dybala and Lukaku swap agreed, Maguire contract talks, Kristiansund victory – The Sun

MANCHESTER UNITED visited Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's hometown club Kristiansund last night and picked up a narrow win.

But one player not there was Romelu Lukaku, as speculation over a potential transfer to Juventus in exchange for Paulo Dybala and Mario Mandzukic intensifies.

Follow ALL of the latest United news and gossip below…

  • MARCOS ROJO will “consider” leaving Manchester United this summer, if first-team chances under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continue to be limited.

    Old Trafford bosses are still chasing £85million rated Leicester centre-back Harry Maguire.

    And Solskjaer still has Victor Lindelof, Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Eric Bailly and Axel Tuanzebe in his squad ahead of the season.

    The competition in defence has caused Argentine Rojo to access his options, according to ESPN.

    Rojo has three-years remaining on his Old Trafford deal but if regular football cannot be offered the defender will look for a move out of Manchester.

    United bosses rate the Argentina international at £25million.

  • BIG NEWS coming out of Italy.

    Sky Italia are claiming Manchester United and Juventus have reached an agreement ‘in principle’ involving Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku.

    They claim all that is needed now is for United and the Argentinian to agree personal terms.

    Wowsers.

  • OLE GUNNAR SOLKSJAER was a proud dad tonight as his son made his professional debut – even if it was against him.

    Noah came on as a second-half substitute for Norwegian side Kristiansund in their 1-0 defeat to Manchester United.

    And there was a tender moment on the sidelines as the 19-year-old prepared to enter the field of play.

    Dad, who had his other son Elia in the dugout with him, came out and patted his lad on the back.

    But the teen didn't have too much time to impress as he entered in the 85th minute.

    In the end it was Juan Mata who proved the hero as he won, and then scored a penalty in the 90th minute.

    Speaking about his son's special night, Ole said: “Of course Noah makes his debut for them in front of 28,000, it’s not very often a Norwegian does.

    “And Elia next to me enjoyed it and that’s what it’s about when you come back here.

    “Their players have been in our dressing room, changed shirts, swapped shirts, taken pictures, they’ve been absolutely outstanding our boys, they’re a joy to see now.

    “The group, the camaraderie is good, atmosphere is really good so hopefully we’ll get that into results when the league starts.”

  • VALENCIA are ready to bring Jose Mourinho back into management if their current boss quits his post, according to reports.

    Manager Marcelino could walk out of the Spanish club following a fallout with the club hierarchy.

    Valencia are wasting no time in finding a replacement and believe they can lure the Portuguese manager to the club.

    Mourinho has been without a job since he was axed as Manchester United boss eight months ago.

    The 56-year-old has received offers but is happy to bide his time and wait for the right opportunity.

  • SPORTING LISBON have denied Manchester United have made an opening bid for midfielder Bruno Fernandes.

    Rumours mounted earlier that United had made an offer to the club through the player's agent Miguel Pinho.

    However, a Sporting spokesman told Portuguese publication RTP that this was not the case.

    “The rumours are completely false,” said the spokesman.

    The 24-year-old has been linked with Old Trafford all summer following an impressive 12 months that saw him bag 19 times in 31 appearances.

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