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Ten Hag has Bellingham ‘chance’ while Man Utd could save MILLIONS on Thuram

Ten Hag has Bellingham ‘chance’ while Man Utd could save MILLIONS on Thuram

It's the transfer round-up.

SPORTbible brings you all the latest Manchester United transfer lines on Friday, April 14.

Here are your headlines…

Erik ten Hag ‘urgently’ wants to sign Jude Bellingham

On Tuesday it emerged that Liverpool had ended their long-standing pursuit of Jude Bellingham, due to the price it would cost to sign the England international.

While the likes of Manchester City and Real Madrid are favourites to sign the 19-year-old, Erik ten Hag is also thought to be interested in recruiting the midfielder this summer.

German football reporter Patrik Berger claimed the United boss is desperate to bring Bellingham to Old Trafford.

He tweeted: "Real and City in the Jude Bellingham race. Understand Man United have outsider chances. ETH urgently wants the England star. Three years ago the midfielder visited Carrington and met Sir Alex.

"But: Bellingham to stay at Dortmund also not ruled out. BVB still have hopes."

Marcus Thuram to move for FREE this summer

United have been keen to add a striker to their ranks ever since the acrimonious departure of Cristiano Ronaldo in November.

And while they have been linked to the likes of Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen, strikers that would cost north of £100million, a cost-effective alternative would be Borussia Monchengladbach’s Marcus Thuram.

Thuram, who has claimed 44 goals and 27 assists in 133 Gladbach appearances, is reportedly a target for both United and Arsenal and will be available for free this summer.

Gladbach sporting director Roland Virkus confirmed on the club's website that the 25-year-old and his teammate Ramy Bensebaini would be leaving in the summer.

Virkus admitted: "We were in open communication with both players and knew the current status. It's a shame that they won't be extending their expiring contracts because we've both given a lot in terms of sport over the past four years.

"It's always been part of our path over the past few years to bring in such talented players, to develop them further – and at some point let them go because we can't keep them forever.

"Ideally, we'll get an attractive transfer fee with these transfers. Of course, it's not good that that's not the case now."

Alexis Mac Allister’s father opens up about his son’s future

Ten Hag has been in pursuit of a midfielder ever since he walked through the door at Carrington.

And Alexis Mac Allister is a player United are thought to be keen on along with Liverpool and Chelsea, with the latter having allegedly approached the player's camp over a potential deal this summer.

And speaking to Argentinian outlet Puro Boca, Mac Allister’s father Carlos Mac Allister admitted his son is likely to leave Brighton in the next transfer window.

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He said, via Bola VIP: “Normally the next book of passes will find him playing in another institution.

"We don’t know which one, the talks are just beginning in general, but it is most likely that Alexis will already be playing in another team next July.”

Man Utd and Liverpool told Caicedo’s asking price

Mac Allister isn’t the only Brighton midfielder in high demand.

Both United and Liverpool are thought to be tracking Moises Caicedo too, who has been central to Brighton’s rise to seventh in the Premier League this term.

Arsenal also saw two bids, worth up to £70million, rejected for the Ecuador international in the January transfer window.

And according to Football Insider, the Seagulls have named their asking price for Caicedo - some £80million.

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Topics: Football, Manchester United, Transfers, Moises Caicedo, Alexis Mac Allister, Jude Bellingham