Man Utd transfer roundup: Anthony Martial holds exit talks as Mason Greenwood hint dropped


Manchester United’s summer transfer business is far from done as they aim for multiple more new additions with half a dozen players tipped for Old Trafford exits.

Manchester United get their Premier League campaign underway tonight as they host Wolves – but there are still plenty of incomings and outgoings to come in the summer window.

Erik ten Hag has been busy bolstering his squad with Mason Mount, Andre Onana and Rasmus Hojlund all added to his ranks.

However, United have made contact over signing a new defender while Fiorentina midfielder Sofyan Amrabat is also on their radar.

Already gone are David de Gea, Alex Telles, Fred, Phil Jones, Axel Tuanzebe and Anthony Elanga, while West Ham have agreed a £30million fee to land Harry Maguire and have had a similar bid for Scott McTominay knocked back.

Here is the latest transfer news from the red half of Manchester.

Martial to hold United exit talks.


Anthony Martial could leave Man United this summer


United will hold transfer talks with Anthony Martial after Inter and Fenerbahce joined interest from West Ham in the striker.

Earlier this weekend, talkSPORT claimed that talks between West Ham and United are at a very early stage for the player but a deal is possible – although any exit for Martial would surely mean that United would aim to sign a second striker following the arrival of Hojlund.

Also keen on Martial are Inter, who have lost loan signing Romelu Lukaku this summer alongside Edin Dzeko – who has joined Fenerbahce.

The Turkish giants, who have also signed Fred from Old Trafford this week, are also keen on the striker.

Ajax keen on Van de Beek


Donny van de Beek of Manchester United


Donny van de Beek may return to his former club Ajax this summer, although the Dutch giants are unlikely to offer more than a loan deal for the unwanted United midfielder.

United have been in talks with Real Sociedad over Van de Beek’s exit, but Ajax are also now in the running.

However, the Sun report that the Dutch giants are only able to fund a loan deal due to their current financial situation.

Hint dropped on Greenwood’s future


Mason Greenwood has not played for Man United since January 2022


Manchester United ‘s official video game partner, eFootball, has suggested that club chiefs may have already decided to retain Mason Greenwood this season.

Greenwood, 21, had charges of attempted rape, engaging in controlling and coercive behaviour, and assault occasioning actual bodily harm dropped by the Crown Prosecution Service in February.

Since then, United have been conducting an internal investigation; discussing the prospect of Greenwood’s return with their footballing department, key stakeholders and sponsors.

Following his arrest, the developers of eFootball made the decision to remove the 21-year-old’s name, avatar and virtual player from their 2022 database.

However, he has been reinstated into the database for this season.