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  1. Transfer news: Man Utd chase Botman as Pogba and Matic head for Italypublished at 07:14

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    Manchester United have made a move for Lille centre-back Sven Botman as they attempt to beat AC Milan to the signature of the 22-year-old Dutchman. (Football Insider), external

    United are also believed to be in talks with Ajax to sign to 20-year-old Netherlands defender Jurrien Timber. (Mirror), external

    Manchester United, Juventus, Paris St-Germain and Real Madrid are set to compete for Lazio's 27-year-old Serbia midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic. (Calciomercato - in Italian), external

    Paul Pogba's United contract runs out this summer and former club Juventus have offered him a three-year deal worth £6.3m a year. (Goal), external

    Meanwhile, Roma boss Jose Mourinho wants to bring 33-year-old Nemanja Matic to the Italian club, with the Serbia midfielder also available on a free transfer in the summer. (Calciomercato - in Italian), external

    Catch up on the rest of Wednesday's gossip here

  2. Transfer news: Juventus to hold fresh talks with Pogbapublished at 13:00 16 May

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    Juventus will hold fresh talks with the representatives of Manchester United and midfielder Paul Pogba on Monday. (Mirror), external

    Incoming manager Erik ten Hag has hinted that he wants to keep forward Cristiano Ronaldo at Old Trafford next season. (Sun), external

    Meanwhile, Newcastle are intensifying their interest in United goalkeeper Dean Henderson. (Mirror), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Monday's full gossip column

  3. Ten Hag begins planning for next seasonpublished at 10:51 13 May

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    Simon Stone, BBC Sport

    Incoming Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag met football director John Murtough in the Netherlands on Thursday as his attempts to reinvigorate the Old Trafford outfit are stepped up.

    Ten Hag secured his third successive Eredivisie title as Ajax boss on Wednesday, when the Amsterdam outfit secured the victory they needed to claim the crown against Heerenveen.

    Ajax still have one more game to play, at Vitesse on Sunday, before Ten Hag can fully focus on life in the Premier League.

    But BBC Sport understands the 52-year-old has already spent plenty of time researching the United squad and determining where the weaknesses are that need addressing during the summer transfer window.

    United have had a long-standing desire to bring in a central midfielder, but the search for new recruits is likely to be expanded significantly given interim boss Ralf Rangnick has spoken of 10 additions potentially being needed given the number of players set to leave the club this summer, including Paul Pogba, Jesse Lingard and Edinson Cavani.

    Ten Hag’s assistant Mitchell van der Gaag and former England boss and United assistant manager Steve McClaren, who worked with Ten Haag at FC Twente, were also understood to be present at the meeting. United are still to formally announce who will work with Ten Hag at Old Trafford.

    It is understood the Dutchman has already decided to bring his non-international players back for pre-season training two weeks earlier than initially planned, meaning they should have built up their fitness before a summer trip to Thailand – and his first match in charge against Champions League finalists Liverpool on 12 July - and Australia.

  4. Transfer news: Barca would want £70m for De Jongpublished at 07:39 13 May

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    Manchester United are monitoring Barcelona and Netherlands midfielder Frenkie de Jong's situation at the Nou Camp, but Barca will want £70m for the 25-year-old, who favours a move to a side in the Champions League. (Mail), external

    West Ham retain an interesting in signing Manchester United attacking midfielder Jesse Lingard, who spent a season on loan with the Hammers and is out of contract this summer. (90 Min), external

    Bayern Munich have joined the race for Paul Pogba, with Juventus, Paris St-Germain, Real Madrid and Manchester City already in the hunt for the midfielder's signature. (Fichajes - in Spanish), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Friday's full gossip column

  5. Ten Hag meets with United's football director Murtoughpublished at 19:46 12 May

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    Simon Stone, BBC Sport

    New Manchester United boss Erik Ten Hag met football director John Murtough in the Netherlands on Thursday.

    Ten Hag secured his third successive Eredivisie title as Ajax boss on Wednesday night but Ajax still have one more game to play before Ten Hag can focus on life in the Premier League.

    But BBC Sport understands the 52-year-old has already spent plenty of time researching the United squad and determining the weaknesses that need addressing.

    United have had a long-standing desire to bring in a central midfield player but the search for new recruits is likely to be expanded significantly given interim boss Ralf Rangnick has spoken of 10 additions potentially being needed given the number of players set to leave the club this summer.

    Ten Hag's assistant Mitchell van der Gaag and former England boss and United assistant manager Steve McClaren, who worked with Ten Haag at Twente, were also understood to be present at the meeting. United are still to formally announce who will work with Ten Hag at Old Trafford.

  6. Fantasy 606: Où est le Stade de France?published at 14:30 12 May

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    Alistair Bruce-Ball, Chris Sutton and Statman Dave reunite for another week of fantasy football fun.

    After a very controversial ruling in Sutton Death last week against Julien Laurens, more evidence is brought to the podcast from 5 Live journalists and listeners.

    Ali, Chris and Statman also look ahead to the final few gameweeks of the fantasy football season and whether Dave could potentially catch Ali.

    Plus, West Ham striker Michail Antonio joins the pod to play a game of Sutton Death.

    Listen to the full podcast on BBC Sounds

  7. Embers still burn bright at Man Utdpublished at 11:11 12 May

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    Bill Rice, BBC Radio Manchester

    Manchester United's first team may seem a million miles away from lifting trophies right now, but the Under-18s gave the club's supporters some happiness and hope with a record 11th FA Youth Cup win.

    The youngsters beat Nottingham Forest 3-1 in the final, with captain Rhys Bennett heading home the first and Alejandro Garnacho netting twice in the second half - including one from the penalty spot after Forest had equalised.

    There was a crowd of 67,492 at Old Trafford to see it, and the head of United's academy Nick Cox feels that bodes well for the club's long-term future.

    "This football club is built on success, and youth, and I genuinely feel the fans turned up to show those embers still burn bright," he said.

    "It doesn't matter in the short term what goes off, in the long term those things don't leave this football club," Cox added.

  8. 'The best feeling I've ever had'published at 09:48 12 May

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    Bill Rice, BBC Radio Manchester

    It may have been a season to forget for the first team, but Manchester United’s Class of 22 wrote themselves into the club’s history with a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest in the FA Youth Cup final.

    The victory meant an 11th triumph in the competition, following in the footsteps of the Busby Babes, the Class of 92 and more recently the likes of Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard.

    Captain Rhys Bennett from Denton lifted the trophy having scored the Reds opener at Old Trafford.

    “It’s the best feeling I’ve ever had in my life. You dream of scoring at Old Trafford, even as a defender,” he said.

    The players clearly relished playing in front of 67,492 supporters - a record for an FA Youth Cup final.

    “Walking out it’s crazy, magical. As a kid I watched YouTube videos behind the scenes,” said left-back Sam Murray.

    Alejandro Garnacho netted twice in the second half for United - and striker Joe Hugill paid tribute to him.

    “Obviously he’s a good player and good at taking penalties," he said. "There was a sigh of relief when he put the third one in.”

  9. Transfer news: United's transfer plans in 'disarray'published at 07:30 12 May

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    Manchester United will have to pay RB Leipzig and Austria forward Konrad Laimer's £34m release clause if they want to sign the 24-year-old. (Transfermarkt - in German), external

    They have also been told they will have to pay £85.5m if they want to sign Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 23, from Napoli this summer. (Calciomercato, via Four Four Two), external

    However, the club's summer transfer plans are in disarray after three midfield transfer targets rejected a move to Old Trafford. (Star), external

    Meanwhile, Juventus are ready to offer Paul Pogba £8m a year - which is about £160,000 a week - plus a huge bonus package and signing-on fees. Pogba's contract runs out this summer and Manchester City are reportedly interested in the 29-year-old. (Mirror), external

    And West Ham have offered 23-year-old England midfielder Declan Rice, who is a Chelsea and Manchester United target, an eight-year contract worth £200,000 a week to remain with the club. (Talksport), external

    Want more transfer news? Read Thursday's full gossip column

  10. United set for record-breaking Youth Cup finalpublished at 14:57 11 May

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    More than 67,000 tickets have been sold for Wednesday's FA Youth Cup final between Manchester United and Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford.

    Tickets have now been taken off sale, with no more available before the 19:30 BST kick-off.

    There is also expected to be more than 5,000 Forest fans at the game.

    The overall attendance smashes the previous record for the competition, 38,187 for the semi-final between Arsenal and United in 2007.

  11. Match of the Day: Top 10 - PFA Players of the Yearpublished at 13:14 11 May

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    In this week's edition of the Match of the Day: Top 10 podcast, Gary Lineker, Alan Shearer and Micah Richards discuss the best PFA Player of the Year winners past and present.

    There are true legends of the English game debated by the trio - including Shearer himself.

    As well as the former Newcastle United striker, Steven Gerrard, Eric Cantona, Gareth Bale, Luis Suarez, Wayne Rooney, Thierry Henry, Mohamed Salah, Kevin de Bruyne and Cristiano Ronaldo are discussed.

    Listen to the full episode on BBC Sounds right now, or watch on BBC iPlayer from Friday - check out previous episodes here

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  12. 'Unbelievable opportunity' for Man Utd youngsterspublished at 12:59 11 May

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    Bill Rice, BBC Radio Manchester

    Manchester United Under-18s get the opportunity to play at a packed Old Trafford tonight when they face Nottingham Forest in the final of the FA Youth Cup.

    The stadium is a sell out, with all proceeds from tickets going to the Manchester United foundation, which does work in communities across the city.

    Captain Rhys Bennett, who is from Denton, says it is "an amazing experience for every one of us to be part of".

    "This is the closest thing to a first-team game playing at Old Trafford in front of thousands of fans - an unbelievable opportunity for us," he added.

    Sam Mather, a 17-year-old winger from Salford, has described the opportunity as something they will "never forget".

    But midfielder Daniel Gore has warned that United "can't underestimate" Forest.

    "We treat every game the same, all difficult, so it will be a hard game," he added. 

    Spaniard Marc Jurado, who joined the club from Barcelona, hopes to follow in the footsteps of Alejandro Garnacho, who has recently graduated to the first team. 

    "He is doing really well this season. There are loads of good players in the academy, and we want to follow in their footsteps," he said.

    Salford-born Maxi Oyedele says the entire run to the final has helped their development.

    "We feel like our attitude has really improved us as a team. It's a big reason we are in the final, the way we carry ourselves."

    Striker Joe Hugill is in confident mood after recently spending time training with the first team at Carrington.

    "I loved being over there learning off Ronaldo, Cavani, tips about movement - they were all helpful," he said.

    "It's a massive step for my career. They are all great players, we know their stature and how good they are, and you want to show what you can do as well and impress."

  13. Busby, Best and Atkinson - tales from McIlroy's life at Man Utdpublished at 12:02 11 May

    Sammy McIlroy: Sacked in the Morning episode

    Sammy McIlroy was the last player signed for Manchester United by Sir Matt Busby and made more than 400 appearances for the club.

    He joins the latest episode of the Sacked in the Morning podcast to talk about the personalities who made the biggest impact on his career.

    He recalls a promise made by George Best before his debut, the unique item Ron Atkinson kept in the dressing room and how Tommy Docherty ended up picking himself for a match.

    Check out the full podcast over here on BBC Sounds