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“Raheem Sterling is even more a no-brainer [for Chelsea], I mean my goodness. You kind of think ‘Well where would he go?’ He isn’t going back to Liverpool, he isn’t going to go to [Manchester] United. Next best? Well, United are way down there, but Chelsea would be perfect for him.”
They play the same position, and in glimpses in his one season playing semi regularly at Chelsea, Gilmour showed brilliant flashes of ability. Given how many players they need this summer, he may well find himself bumped up the order this year.
Erik ten Hag to ‘get the best out of players’ rather than splashing cash in transfer market – reports
It is expected that new manager Erik ten Hag will be bringing some new faces to the Old Trafford club with the likes of Frenkie de Jong and Antony, amongst others, linked to the Theatre of Dreams this summer. However, reports in The Mirror suggest something different could be happening.
Barcelona want £70 million for Frenkie de Jong; Manchester United to raise £60 million offer – reports
Erik ten Hag is keen to make De Jong, 25, his first signing at United but this saga seems to be playing on in the background with no real step taken to get the deal done. Despite many changes at United in the business end, nothing seems to have changed when it comes to making signings.