United linked with Abraham move as Kane alternative – Paper Round

United scout Abraham ahead of summer move

Manchester United have been linked with a surprise move for Tammy Abraham, as the club look at alternatives for Harry Kane.

The Mirror believes that he may not come cheap, but the club want options this summer, with Victor Osimhen linked too.

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The report states: “Manchester United sent scouts to watch Tammy Abraham on the weekend as the club’s recruitment department searches for alternatives to Tottenham star Harry Kane.

“United are in desperate need of a world-class striker in the summer transfer window, with Wout Weghorst failing to fill the void left by Cristiano Ronaldo ’s departure mid-season. They are among the clubs considering a bid for Kane, who is about to enter the final year of his Spurs contract.

“United scouts have been spotted ‘several times’ at Roma games to watch Abraham this season. But, like Napoli star Victor Osimhen, he is unlikely to come cheap in the summer transfer window.

“Abraham has a €80million (£70m) buyback clause in his contract which would allow Chelsea to bring him back to west London this summer. The 25-year-old joined Roma from the Blues in a £34m move in the summer of 2021 and that clause will complicate things.”

Liverpool and Arsenal to battle for Majer

Liverpool and Arsenal are scouting Croatia international Lovro Majer ahead of a potential summer transfer.

The 25-year-old midfielder is rated at £30 million, and The Mail thinks that at least two British teams are keen.

The story starts: “Premier League clubs are following developments with Croatia international midfielder Lovro Majer at Rennes.

“The 25-year old has made 49 appearances for club and country but is not starting as many games as he would like and Mail Sport understands he is open to a new challenge.

“Tottenham are regulars at Rennes as they follow the progress of wing-back Djed Spence during his loan spell yet sources in France say Arsenal and Liverpool are taking a greater interest in Majer’s situation.

“Left-footed Majer is skilful, has quick feet plus an eye for a pass but Rennes would want £30m to sell him this summer.”

Ratcliffe offers Glazers chance to stay on

In a move that may frustrate many of Manchester United’s fans, The Express reports that Jim Ratcliffe is giving the Glazer family the chance to stay on at Old Trafford.

The British billionaire is up against Sheikh Jassim in the battle for the club after the third round of bids went in.

“It emerged on Friday the British billionaire had made the biggest bid for the club, despite interest from Sheikh Jassim. However, the Glazers are poised to remain at Old Trafford despite many wanting to see the back of the controversial Americans,” the report explains.

“Ratcliffe has submitted a ‘best of both worlds offer’ as he looks to buy United.

“It’s claimed Ratcliffe, after submitting his third bid for United on Friday evening, is now ‘close’ to agreeing a deal with the Glazers that would see him being the next owner of the club.

“The Ineos chief is reportedly confident his latest offer will be accepted by the Glazers, who would stay at the club in a smaller capacity.”

West Ham looking at Sow as Rice replacement

The Sun believes that West Ham are interested in signing Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow.

They will need a new midfield addition if Declan Rice leaves, with the midfielder linked heavily with a summer move to Arsenal.

The paper writes: “WEST HAM are looking at Eintracht Frankfurt midfielder Djibril Sow as a potential replacement for Declan Rice.

“Hammers head of recruitment Rob Newman is believed to have watched the Swiss international in last weekend’s Bundesliga clash with Borussia Dortmund.

“And Sow, 26, is on the shortlist if West Ham captain Rice leaves this summer — with Arsenal favourites to land the England star.

“Sow is about to enter the final year of his contract and could be available for as little as £20million — especially as Frankfurt are set to miss out on European qualification.”

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