Leeds United complete signing of Man United winger 

Daniel James has completed his move to Leeds United, joining the Peacocks on a five-year deal, with Man United receiving £25m for the attacker.

The Welsh forward has started two of the Red Devils’ first three Premier League games of the campaign, including Sunday’s 1-0 victory at Wolves.

However, the impending comeback of Cristiano Ronaldo to Man United would impact Daniel’s minutes, with the Peacocks, who the winger almost joined before signing for the Red Devils in 2019, looking to bring him in.

Cristiano Ronaldo has re-signed for the Red Devils on a two-year deal with the option to extend for a further year. The Red Devils announced they had reached an agreement with Juventus for the Portuguese superstar to come back to the Theatre of Dreams on Friday.

Cristiano scored 118 goals in 292 matches for the Red Devils between 2003 and 2009, winning three Premier League trophies, the Champions League, the FA Cup and two League Cups, according to a report.

Man United want to keep attacker amid several offers

As it stands, Jesse Lingard will stay at Man United, and the Red Devils would be happy if the attacker remains at the Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, if England international does stay at Man United, a contract extension has not been ruled out, with his current contract up next summer.

Amad Diallo will remain at Man United in this transfer window after the winger suffered a thigh injury in training that will keep the winger out for six weeks.

The Ivorian attacker was available for loan as the Norwegian manager was keen for the forward to get some experience away from Man United.

Feyenoord were heavy favourites for his signature, but the Dutch club’s sporting director Frank Arnesen confirmed they will not be pursuing a deal this summer.

Diallo, who was also linked with a temporary switch to Championship club Sheffield United, could move temporarily in the winter transfer window instead.

Bayern Munich keep a close eye on Man United midfielder

Bayern Munich manager Julian Nagelsmann has set his sights on Man United midfielder Donny van de Beek. The Netherlands international, though, is an entirely different proposition.

Van de Beek has fallen behind Fred, McTominay, Pogba and Matic in the pecking order, with no big hope of making a breakthrough in the new campaign, despite being given assurances by the coach.

A move to Allianz Arena, though, would be a questionable decision, knowing Donny will be playing second fiddle to Kimmich and Goretzka.

But with Muller nearing the final phase of his career, there is a possibility of the Dutchman possibility emerging as an alternative for the German footballer in the No.10 role.