Erling Haaland to speak to FOUR Premier League clubs, Jesse Lingard shock Euros pick – Man Utd transfer news LIVE

ERLING HAALAND remains the hottest property in European football and Manchester United will be meeting his representatives SOON.

But the Red Devils face hot competition from around the Premier League and new director of football John Murtough faces a huge early test of his credentials as he tries to woo the Norwegian hotshot.

Meanwhile, we have all the latest on Jesse Lingard's potential England call-up this summer and Anthony Martial's injury woes.

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    DE-PAYING THE PRICE

    Liverpool have been linked with a shock move for ex-Manchester United forward Memphis Depay.

    Jurgen Klopp’s side have struggled for goals since the turn of the year as question marks begin to be asked about their long-time front three Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah.

    And while Diogo Jota has come in this season to freshen things up in an attacking sense, the Reds are thought to be seeking more options in the transfer window.

    According to Marca, Liverpool are considering a bid for Depay, who has impressed since joining Lyon in 2017.

    In 169 appearances for the French side, he has scored 69 times and provided a further 52 assists.

    And with his contract coming to an end this summer, Klopp’s men could be poised to land him on a free transfer.

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    MORE ON MAN UTD'S CAMPAIGN AGAINST ONLINE ABUSE…

    Old Trafford’s group managing director Richard Arnold said : “We are proud that players of all ethnicities, religions and nationalities have pulled on the Manchester United jersey.

    “We challenge our fans, and indeed fans of every club, to watch this and think about their own favourite memories, their top teams and their most celebrated players.

    “How different would those memories be without the diversity of some of the best players in the world who have graced our game and our club?

    “Sadly, footballers across the country continue to receive abuse online, seemingly without fear of censure.

    “United has been, and always will be, a club for all.”

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    RED FLAG

    Manchester United have launched a huge campaign against social media abuse.

    The 'See Red' movement urges fans to report any abuse they see online.

    Captain Harry Maguire has also backed the campaign and reminded fans: "Your inaction has a consequence."

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