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Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Donny van de Beek to Palace UPDATE, Ronaldo rage at £67.5m valuation, Diallo to Rangers loan – The Sun

CRISTIANO RONALDO could be heading back to Real Madrid, according to shock reports in Spain.
Press in the country claim that Ronaldo has asked Jorge Mendes to speak to Florentino Perez about a possible return to Los Blancos.
And it has been revealed that the Portugal captain was left fuming by his Transfermarkt valuation.
Meanwhile Crystal Palace are said to be keen on taking Donny van de Beek on loan.
The out-of-favour midfielder desperately needs a loan to get game-time and try force himself back into the first team picture.
But Newcastle's bid for Jesse Lingard looks dead in the water as Man Utd are demanding a deal totalling £15m if they are to take him on loan.
Even if he stays in January though, sources have revealed Lingard looks set to leave Old Trafford in the summer.
And though Lingard's future is up in the air, one player who is on his way out is Amad Diallo, who has joined Rangers on loan.
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Red Devils linked to Dom
Could Manchester United muscle in for reported Arsenal and Newcastle target  Dominic Calvert-Lewin?
That’s the speculation tonight over Everton’s England striker, 24.
But any move for Calvert-Lewin is unlikely to come before the summer.
The 11-cap star is under contract until 2025.
But the Manchester Evening News is among media outlets suggesting the Toffees might decide to cash in on one of the Premier League’s most reliable marksmen of the current decade.
The MEN claim the Toffees are ‘shackled’ by Financial Fair Play rules due to ‘reckless spending’ in recent years.
Wolves fight to keep Arsenal & Utd target Neves
Wolves are battling to keep Manchester United and Arsenal target Ruben Neves, reports say.
SunSport revealed the Red Devils have bid £35million for the Portugal midfielder.
But it's claimed tonight Wolves want more and also believe they can keep the 24-year-old until at least the summer.
The former Porto superstar has two years left on his Molineux contract.

Man Lew-nited?
Could Manchester United muscle in for reported Arsenal and Newcastle target  Dominic Calvert-Lewin?
That's the speculation tonight over Everton's England striker, 24.
But any move for Calvert-Lewin is unlikely to come before the summer.
The 11-cap star is under contract until 2025.
But the Manchester Evening News is among media outlets suggesting the Toffees might decide to cash in on one of the Premier League's most reliable marksmen of the current decade.
The MEN claim the Toffees are 'shackled' by Financial Fair Play rules due to 'reckless spending' in recent years.

I'm still Ron fire because of you
Cristiano Ronaldo told a legion of screaming fans at Expo 2020 Dubai that they are his inspiration to keep on moving forward.
He said “What I’m going to say, it’s coming from the bottom of my heart.
“I didn’t expect when I came … to see this many people waiting for me.”
He spoke of the importance of their warmth and support.
“So you guys, you are my motivation to carry on, to play football,” he said.
“Because without you guys, football will be less. We are guided by the fans.
“The motivation, the love makes me feel so proud. I don’t have words to express myself more than that.”
Mellow Crawls off
League Two Crawley Town are close to securing a loan move for Man Utd youngster D’Mani Mellor.
Sky Sports report the 21-year-old is set to undergo a medical with the Sussex side within the next 24 hours.
Mellor had previously been on loan with Salford City, but after making just three appearances it was decided a new loan move would be beneficial.
Ralf is Bastian of hope
Ex-Man United ace Bastian Schweinsteiger reckons Ralf Rangnick is the right man to lead the Red Devils to success.
Schweinsteiger told the UTD Podcast: “He really can help Man United with creating a new era, with not only the game on the field but also for the whole club.
“That’s what is needed at the moment and that’s why I think he is the right person.”
Ronaldo Dubbed the greatest
Cristiano Ronaldo was honoured with the Globe Soccer's Top Scorer of All Time award in Dubai on Friday.
The Manchester United and Portugal superstar has netted a ridiculous 803 goals in 1,104 career games for club and country.
And that remarkable tally saw him recognised with the goalscoring accolade in the Middle East.
Ronaldo stepped onto the stage at the Dubai Exhibition Centre in front of a live audience.
After accepting the award, he then gave a speech.
Ronaldo said: "Listen carefully. What I’m going to say, it's coming from the bottom of my heart.
"I didn’t expect this platform coming up, to see many people like this waiting for me.
"So, you guys are my motivation to play football. Without you guys, the football would be less. We’re guided by the fans.
"Just to feel that warmth, the love, it makes me feel so proud.
"I don’t have words to express myself more than that."
‘Reds must target Bellingham’
Liverpool have been urged to go all-out for Manchester United ‘target’ and ‘next Steven Gerrard’ Jude Bellingham.
Borussia Dortmund’s England winger, `18, is expected to be eyed by a strong of European giants next summer.
And ex-Liverpool and Arsenal wideman Jermaine Pennant believes Bellingham is the perfect fit for Anfield boss Jurgen Klopp.
Pennant told BestofBets.com: “He’s an incredible fantastic young talent; he reminds me of a young Steven Gerard. 
“For a young kid like that, he’s built well, he’s not scared of a challenge, he can get up the pitch, he can score, he can assist, he can also do the defensive side of it.
“I really think Klopp would get so much out of him, and nurture him, and progress his career like he has done with the players that he’s got now.
“And I think in that midfield, he will give that little bit extra, because creativity wise, Liverpool’s midfield is more defensive minded… but someone like Jude Bellingham may be the key to create that super squad.
“So yes – they should really do all they can to get him.”
New Beek for Eagles?
Reports claim Manchester United are ‘optimistic’ that an agreement can be reached for the loan signing of Donny van de Beek, before the winter deadline.
According to the Mail, the Eagles have ‘stepped up’ their chase of the midfielder, with United also willing to let him leave.
Van de Beek himself is also thought to be open on a temporary move to the capital.
No Roo-dison Park – yet
Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has confirmed he turned down the chance to interview for the Everton job, but the Derby boss vowed to manage in the Premier League one day.
Rooney was heavily linked with an emotional return to Goodison Park following Rafa Benitez’s sacking.
And he revealed the Toffees did make contact to sound him out – but they were given a strong rebuff by the Rams chief.
Rooney said: “Everton approached my agent and asked me to interview for the vacant job which I turned down.
“I believe I will be a Premier League manager and am ready for that 100 per cent.
“I have a job here at Derby I am doing, which is an important job to me and that means me getting the team ready for Sunday.”
PSG 'plot' Rashford swoop
PSG are reportedly planning a summer swoop for Man United ace Marcus Rashford.
According to a pair of French journalists, reported by the Daily Mail, the uber-rich Parisiens want to bring Rashford to the French capital when the seasons over.
The reporting duo also claim that PSG view Rashford as the right man to supply them with goals if Kylian Mbappe leaves.

Ronaldo reveals fan inspiration
Cristiano Ronaldo told a legion of screaming fans at Expo 2020 Dubai that they are his inspiration to keep on moving forward.
He said “What I’m going to say, it’s coming from the bottom of my heart.
“I didn’t expect when I came … to see this many people waiting for me.”
He spoke of the importance of their warmth and support.
“So you guys, you are my motivation to carry on, to play football,” he said.
“Because without you guys, football will be less. We are guided by the fans.
“The motivation, the love makes me feel so proud. I don’t have words to express myself more than that.”
Schweinsteiger's faith in Rangnick
Ex-Man United ace Bastian Schweinsteiger reckons Ralf Rangnick is the right man to lead the Red Devils to success.
Schweinsteiger told the UTD Podcast: "He really can help Man United with creating a new era, with not only the game on the field but also for the whole club.
“That’s what is needed at the moment and that’s why I think he is the right person.”
Ronaldo's superstar line-up
Cristiano Ronaldo has four children.
His first son, Cristiano Ronaldo Jr, 11, has starred for Juventus' youth squads and is already impressing with his goal return.
Cristiano Jr was born on June 17, 2010 in the United States.
But he was immediately taken back to Madrid by Dolores to start his life in Spain with his father.
Cristiano Jr's family nickname is Cristianinho, which means "little Cristiano".

Another youngster set for loan
League Two Crawley Town are close to securing a loan move for Man Utd youngster D’Mani Mellor.
Sky Sports report the 21-year-old is set to undergo a medical with the Sussex side within the next 24 hours.
Mellor had previously been on loan with Salford City, but after making just three appearances it was decided a new loan move would be beneficial.
Palace 'optimistic' on Van de Beek
Reports claim Manchester United are 'optimistic' that an agreement can be reached for the loan signing of Donny van de Beek, before the winter deadline.
According to the Mail, the Eagles have 'stepped up' their chase of the midfielder, with United also willing to let him leave.
Van de Beek himself is also thought to be open on a temporary move to the capital.
In case you missed it
Manchester United are reportedly ‘petrified’ to let Jesse Lingard leave the club on loan.
According to the Mirror, the club are worried the 29-year-old will be a success elsewhere with Newcastle and West Ham interested in acquiring his services.
Lingard, of course, spent the second half of last season on loan at the Hammers, scoring nine and assisting five – helping them finish sixth.
And United don’t want to strengthen top-four rivals West Ham again this time around.
The report suggests the clubs’ treatment of Lingard hasn’t gone down too well with team-mates like Marcus Rashford.
Rooney rejects Everton job
Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney has confirmed he turned down the chance to interview for the Everton job, but the Derby boss vowed to manage in the Premier League one day.
Rooney was heavily linked with an emotional return to Goodison Park following Rafa Benitez’s sacking.
And he revealed the Toffees did make contact to sound him out – but they were given a strong rebuff by the Rams chief.
Rooney said: “Everton approached my agent and asked me to interview for the vacant job which I turned down.
“I believe I will be a Premier League manager and am ready for that 100 per cent.
“I have a job here at Derby I am doing, which is an important job to me and that means me getting the team ready for Sunday.”
Ronaldo speaking to fans in Dubai
And here is Ronaldo speaking at a public appearance at the Dubai Exhibition Centre.
He's enjoying some well-earned time off with the Premier League currently on winter break.
Ronaldo thanks fans for support
Cristiano Ronaldo has emotionally told fans that they are his 'motivation' to keep playing football.
CR7 made the touching announcement while speaking publicly at the Dubai Exhibition Centre.
He gushed: "Listen carefully, what I’m going to say, it's coming from the bottom of my heart.
"I didn’t expect this platform coming up, to see many people like this waiting for me. So, you guys are my motivation to play football. Without you guys, the football would be less. We’re guided by the fans.
"Just to feel that warmth, the love, it makes me feel so proud. I don’t have words to express myself more than that."
Parker – Rice 'What Man Utd need'
Former Manchester United man Paul Parker has identified Declan Rice as the perfect signing for the Red Devils, but fears the West Ham man could be put off by a move to Old Trafford.
Parker told BetfredTV: "He’s 100% what Manchester United need. You saw that at the weekend, exactly why Manchester United need him.
"He’s far better than any midfield player that Manchester United have got on their books at this moment in time.
"The problem is that, as I've said many times, he's not going to cost you £100million because he’s a far better player for any club, than Jack Grealish is for Manchester City.
"Man City paid over the top for Jack Grealish because you’re not getting that consistent player. Declan Rice plays the same week in, week out.
"Manchester United should sign him, but if I was Declan Rice I would say 'who else are you going to sign to complement me? Who else is going to complement me in that midfield?
"I can’t be coming to United and doing that amount of work.' And that’s what he’d have to do at this moment in time if he wants to go there."
Utd comment on latest loanee
Manchester United have wished Reece Devine luck after the 20-year-old full-back sealed a loan to League Two Walsall.
Devine was called back from a loan with St Johnstone in Scotland and will now join the Saddlers.
An official club statement read: "Devine will now have the opportunity to gain further experience in League Two, continuing his progress in a new environment with the Saddlers.
"The left-back joins up with Matt Taylor’s squad, who sit 17th in the table after 25 games played.
"Everybody at United would like to wish Reece the best of luck for the second half of the season as we follow his progress at the Banks’s Stadium.
"The Reds still have loan representatives in Scotland, with Amad joining Rangers on Thursday and Dylan Levitt currently doing well with Dundee United."
Van de Beek eyed by Palace
Crystal Palace boss Patrick Vieira was persuaded to make a move for Donny van de Beek by old Arsenal pal Dennis Bergkamp, according to reports.
The Eagles have launched an ambitious loan bid for Manchester United's £39million midfielder.
Vieira, 45, wants to add some extra European experience to his youthful Palace squad, and thanks to his girlfriend's dad, Van de Beek may fit the bill.
The 24-year-old is in a long-term relationship with Estelle Bergkamp, daughter of Gunners legend Dennis.
According to Sky Sports, it is Dennis that feels that Palace would be the perfect destination.
They claim that he chatted to former Highbury team-mate Vieira – convincing the Frenchman to launch a bid.
Palmeiras issue hands-off warning
Palmeiras are preparing to slap a whopping £83MILLION release clause in 15-year-old sensation Endrick Felipe's contract, according to reports.
The teenager is being tipped for greatness by many in Brazil as the next Ronaldo.
That has led to speculation of transfer interest from the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and more.
Palmeiras plan to hand Endrick a professional contract for when he turns 16 in July.
And according to AS, the Brazilian side want to include the massive release clause to fend off the chasing European giants.
It is also reported Endrick would not be allowed to make the likely switch until he turns 18 in 2024 – like Brazilian compatriots Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo.
The prodigy joined Palmeiras aged ten and scored 165 goals in 169 games for their youth teams across five years.
Palmeiras issue hands-off warning
Palmeiras are preparing to slap a whopping £83MILLION release clause in 15-year-old sensation Endrick Felipe's contract, according to reports.
The teenager is being tipped for greatness by many in Brazil as the next Ronaldo.
That has led to speculation of transfer interest from the likes of Manchester United, Real Madrid and more.
Palmeiras plan to hand Endrick a professional contract for when he turns 16 in July.
And according to AS, the Brazilian side want to include the massive release clause to fend off the chasing European giants.
It is also reported Endrick would not be allowed to make the likely switch until he turns 18 in 2024 – like Brazilian compatriots Vinicius Junior and Rodrygo.
The prodigy joined Palmeiras aged ten and scored 165 goals in 169 games for their youth teams across five years.
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