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Two Man Utd stars set to leave as Fabrizio Romano confirms approach from Premier League rival

Two Man Utd stars set to leave as Fabrizio Romano confirms approach from Premier League rival

They could be off.

Manchester United's Dean Henderson and Anthony Elanga have both been the subject of approaches from Nottingham Forest, it has been claimed.

Transfer guru Fabrizio Romano claimed that Forest have made a loan approach for Henderson, who had a successful season at the City ground last term.

With David De Gea leaving at the end of his contract, United moved for Inter shot-stopper Andre Onana, with the transfer officially confirmed on Thursday.

The Cameroonian's arrival could now free up Henderson, who is with the United squad in the US, to make a Forest return.

Moreover, Steve Cooper's side have also made an offer for winger Elanga on a permanent deal. The Sweden international made just 26 appearances in all competitions for United last term and started only five Premier League games. Elanga has also been the subject of interest from Everton.

On the matter, Romano tweeted: "Nottingham Forest have submitted two bids to Manchester United.

"Loan deal proposal for Dean Henderson and permanent deal proposal for Elanga.

"Forest want to get both deals done after closing in on Ola Aina free transfer."

Man Utd's Hojlund pursuit

Having secured the signing of Mason Mount and Onana for £60million and £47.2million respectively, United have now turned their attention to Atalanta striker Rasmus Hojlund.

However, as per the Mail Online, the Serie A side are insisting they will only sell the striker for their £86million asking price.

United had hoped to secure a deal for the young Danish striker for around £45million, but Atalanta consider that as a derogatory price.

Hojlund moved to Atalanta in 2022 and has since netted 10 times in 34 games for the club. The striker also has six goals in his first six games for the Danish national side, including a hat-trick against Finland in March's Euro 2024 qualifier.

Featured Image Credit: Getty/Fabrizio Romano via YouTube

Topics: Football, Fabrizio Romano, Transfers, Manchester United, Premier League