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Pogba to Juventus, Ten Hag to watch Palace game, Man Utd closing in on Jurrien Timber, Wan Bissaka told he can leave


Good morning Man United fans

Erik Ten Hag has arrived in London on a private jet and could attend Manchester United’s final game of the season.

The Dutchman flew in on Wednesday afternoon alongside assistant Mitchell van der Gaag.

The duo had previously been working for the Red Devils remotely, so as not to distract from Ralf Rangnick’s preparations for United’s final game of the season against Crystal Palace.

According to the Mail, Ten Hag and Van der Gaag could be in attendance at Selhurst Park to watch their new side in action.

Elsewhere, Juventus have reportedly offered Paul Pogba £120,000-a-week wages to re-join them this summer.

Goal claims Juventus have a three-year contract on the table for Pogba, 29 – despite the Italians claiming they have a “gentleman’s agreement” to talk with United first.

Meanwhile, United goalkeeper Dean Henderson is “closing in on a move” to Newcastle United.

The Manchester Evening News claim that Henderson, 25, was in Newcastle for talks on Wednesday.

Discussions have been held over a loan deal but a permanent move has “not been ruled out”.

In other news, United defender Aaron Wan-Bissaka will be allowed to leave permanently or on loan, report Sky Sports.

Finally, Man United appear to be on the verge of closing in on the signing of Ajax defender Jurrien Timber.

The 20-year-old star is represented by Forza Sports Group.

And the company has sparked speculation a transfer is imminent by seemingly dropping a big hint online.

They posted a clip on social media of an airport and captioned it with: “Deal closing time…”





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