Man Utd ‘agree’ Sancho terms, Solskjaer drops striker hint and Niguez update

Manchester United have been handed a huge boost in their pursuit of Borussia Dortmund star Jadon Sancho.

The Red Devils tried to sign Sancho in the last summer transfer window only to see a £91.3million bid reportedly rejected.

But now a move to Old Trafford could be on with reports claiming the 21-year-old has agreed terms on a deal.

That will be welcome news to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who let slip in an interview with TV2 that he is in the market for a new striker.

Both of those stories, plus an update on the future of Saul Niguez, are covered in our Daily Star Sport transfer round-up.

Niguez update

United have competition on their hands if they want to sign Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez.

According to AS, Chelsea have joined the queue of clubs looking to acquire the Spanish star’s services this summer.

Niguez has a buyout clause of around £60million in his contract and is free to depart the Wanda Metropolitano should an offer arrive.

Atletico director general Miguel Angel Gil said: “If Saul wants to leave Atletico there are no problems as long as the move is positive for all sides.”

Solskjaer drops transfer hint

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Solskjaer was singing the praises of Edinson Cavani on TV2 when he dropped a huge hint over the striker situation at Old Trafford.

He said: “When he (Cavani) gets this experience and a run-up, he will be better than this year, despite the fact that he is getting older.

“I am very happy that it has happened, but that does not mean that we are not looking for someone who can challenge or learn from him.”

Terms ‘agreed’ with Sancho

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  • United’s interest in Dortmund ace Sancho has been going on longer than we care to remember – but an end could be in sight.

    German outlet Sport1 have reported that the winger has "basically agreed on the terms of the contract" with the Red Devils.

    If that turns out to be true, then it’s down to United and Dortmund to thrash out a transfer fee for the England international.

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