Manchester United eyes Serge Gnabry in January transfer window
Posted : 27 September 2023
Manchester United is reportedly considering signing Serge Gnabry from Bayern Munich in the upcoming January transfer window. Manager Erik ten Hag is keen to bolster the team's attacking options, and Gnabry is among his top targets.
The German international has an impressive record, with 22 goals in 42 caps for Germany and experience in major tournaments like Euro 2020 and the 2022 World Cup. Gnabry is under contract with Bayern Munich until 2026, but Manchester United might face competition from Real Madrid for his signature.
Jose Mourinho Eyes Jadon Sancho for Roma
Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho, now in charge of Roma, is interested in bringing Jadon Sancho to the Italian club. Sancho's future at Manchester United is uncertain following a reported falling out with manager Erik ten Hag.
Mourinho sees Sancho as a versatile wide player who can link up with Paulo Dybala and Romelu Lukaku at Roma. The player has received an offer to play in Saudi Arabia, but a move to Roma could be appealing, although it may require a significant reduction in his current £250,000-a-week wages.
Salford City Interested in Former Man United Player Ro-Shaun Williams
Salford City is considering offering a league football opportunity to former Manchester United academy player Ro-Shaun Williams. Williams, released by Doncaster Rovers at the end of the previous season, had previously been part of the Manchester United youth setup alongside Marcus Rashford.
Salford City, co-owned by Manchester United legends including David Beckham and Ryan Giggs, is one of the clubs eyeing a move for the versatile defender.
Reading Faces Financial Woes and Transfer Embargo in League One
In other news, League One side Reading is facing financial troubles and has been placed under a transfer embargo after failing to pay HMRC on time. The club is also at risk of another points deduction if they fail to pay wages to players and staff.
This financial crisis adds to the challenges faced by Reading, whose owner, Dai Yongge, has accumulated 16 points in deductions for breaching the EFL's financial rules. Fans are planning to protest during the upcoming match against Burton Albion in response to the ongoing turmoil at the club.
These transfer and financial developments highlight the dynamic landscape of football clubs and their efforts to strengthen their squads while managing financial constraints and regulations.