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United Manchester Manchester United have been forced to adjust their plans for their match against Newcastle United because to ‘confirmed’ striker interest.

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Manchester United return to action on Saturday when they face Newcastle United in a fascinating clash between two European

 

hopefuls at St James’ Park. It has been another difficult week for Erik ten Hag and the Red Devils,

who blew a two-goal lead against Galatasaray in a Champions League clash they needed to

win in order to keep control of their own fate heading into their final group stage game.

 

Attention now turns back to the Premier League, and it will no doubt be a tough task on Tyneside.

In the meantime, we have rounded up all the latest news and transfer rumours surrounding St James’ Park.

 

United are said to have suffered from some late travel drama ahead of their clash with Newcastle on Saturday.

The Manchester Evening News say the Red Devils were due to fly to Tyneside at 11am, but they saw their private flight cancelled due to bad weather.

 

Erik ten Hag may be able to welcome many keys players

 

It;s claimed United will now take to the road by coach, with the journey set to take them three years,

meaning a later arrival time. The Red Devils will have to adapt to the new plans on the fly as they look to return with all three points.

 

Striker ‘interest’

United are said to be looking for another striker to help Rasmus Hojlund from January, and according

to German football expert Florian Plettenberg, they may already have found their man.

Stuttgart frontman Serhou Guirassy is said to be of interest, with Plettenberg writting on X: “News.

Guirassy: Yes, Man Utd is very interested – confirmed.

 

“Man Utd is looking for a new striker in winter and the 27 y/o can leave VfB Stuttgart for less than €20m in January – as revealed.

Understand that Man Utd is a serious option for Guirassy once it becomes concrete from United’s side.”

 

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