Harry Maguire could still seal a late move to West Ham this transfer window after talks were opened once again with Manchester United over reviving a deal.
United had previously accepted a bid of £30 million from the Hammers for their former captain but Maguire failed to agree terms over a bonus for his exit.
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Maguire had reportedly agreed to a contract worth £120,000-a-week at the London Stadium, a number which was £70,000 less than he was earning at United, prompting the defender to demand a payoff to finalise the transfer.
However, The Sun report that West Ham have returned to the table to sign Maguire and are hopeful a move can be concluded before Friday’s transfer deadline – although they are described as ‘well short’ of being able to secure a deal.
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Manchester United and Liverpool target Ryan Gravenberch has admitted that he ‘doesn’t know what will happen in the next few days’ as the Bayern Munich midfielder continues to be linked with an exit.
Gravenberch, 21, has attracted Premier League interest this summer following reports earlier in the window that Bayern would let him leave if the right offer came in.
FootballTransfers understand that Man Utd are exploring the possibility of signing the Dutchman on loan, with their pursuit of Sofyan Amrabat stalling due to failing to offload Scott McTominay and Donny van de Beek.
When questioned about a possible move before Deadline Day on Friday, 1 September, Gravenberch replied: “I don‘t know what will happen in the next [few] days,” as per Bild’s Christian Falk.
Furthermore, Bayern are interested in a shock move for Scott McTominay, with the idea of a swap deal being reported by Bild.
Man Utd have contacted the agent of Ivan Perisic in a bid to get a loan from Tottenham but the side were turned down, FootballTransfers has learned.
The Red Devils are looking for a short-term replacement for Luke Shaw after the defender sustained an injury that could see him sidelined for months.
One of the options that the club looked at recently was the Perisic, we understand. But their initial approach was knocked back as the representative did not encourage the club to go to Spurs with a firm offer.
In addition, Barcelona and Spain defender Marcos Alonso has ‘no intention’ of joining Manchester United this summer after his name was linked with a move to Old Trafford following Shaw’s injury.
According to The Telegraph, Sergio Reguilon and Alonso are also being considered as options, but the Barcelona star has reportedly turned down the opportunity to move back to the Premier League.
The defender, who has nine caps for the Spanish national team, left Stamford Bridge last summer to join Barca on a free transfer, and he does not want to leave Camp Nou for Man Utd, according to ESPN, via the Metro.
Furthermore, Alonso would like to extend his current Blaugrana contract, which is due to run out next summer.