MANCHESTER UNITED are gearing up to face Wolves in their last Premier League game of the season before their Europa League final clash.
Harry Maguire is facing a race against time to be fit for the clash against Villarreal after picking up an ankle injury.
And United are hoping to get ahead in the chase to sign Harry Kane from Tottenham after the striker told the club he wants to leave.
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- Marc Mayo
Harry Maguire has opened up on the ankle injury putting his Europa League final and Euro 2020 participation at risk.
Manchester United are sweating on their captain's fitness, which the player has described as 'unfortunate'.
Looking back on the incident, Maguire said: “Basically, he just fell on me and put all his weight on me — and I ended up twisting my ankle.
“It wasn’t a muscle injury, so it was a bit unfortunate and very frustrating.
“I was very disappointed on the night and the day after, but I’ve come to terms with it. I’ve got to be positive.
“I’ve got to look forward and make sure when I’m ready to come back that I’m fully fit, raring to go and can pick up where I left off.”
- Marc Mayo
HARRY ALONG NOW
Ryan Mason has dismissed concerns over Harry Kane's Tottenham future.
The striker applauded Spurs fans after last night's defeat to Aston Villa in what some described as a farewell.
Manchester United, City and Chelsea are all linked with a mega-money move.
And Mason said: "He means a lot. He’s a Tottenham player.
"I’ve answered so many questions on Harry Kane in the last 24 hours. I’m willing to speak about the game but not individuals. We were fully focused on the match and I’m very disappointed.
"There are so many emotions in football. I love representing this football club. Yes a lot has been going on but our aim is to get results on the pitch and unfortunately we didn’t do that."
- Marc Mayo
ING IN TO WIN IT
Manchester United will reportedly attempt to sign Southampton striker Danny Ings this summer – despite Edinson Cavani’s new deal.
Red Devils boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been looking to add to his striking department for months to help close the gap on champions Man City.
The Telegraph states United have enquired about a swoop for Ings.
The 28-year-old only has a year left on his Southampton contract and has yet to agree to an extension.
And due to the threat of losing him for free next season looming, United know Southampton will be put under pressure to sell if a formal offer is placed.
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