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Jamie Vardy sent huge warning over move to Manchester United

13 January 2018, 10:10 | Joan Schultz

Arsene Wenger should know better

Arsene Wenger should know better

Manchester United are reportedly considering moves for Jamie Vardy, Javier Hernandez and Alexis Sanchez as they seek to strengthen their attack in January.

And a move for Sanchez is being attempted as United look to hijack the Arsenal forward from under Manchester City's nose.

"If somebody speaks about one of my players to say they are interested or not interested, I wouldn't be very very happy".

Nicol does not think he regrets turning down the Gunners and has warned him a move to Old Trafford would not be good for his career.

Riyad Mahrez tops the list of City's wantaway players as the Algerian waits for someone to make an official approach. The Guardian have reported that United have offered £25 million for the man whose contract is up this summer while Henrikh Mkhitaryan could move in the opposite direction.

Per Wallace, Hernandez is not wanted at West Ham United, and United manager Jose Mourinho has said previously he would not have allowed him to leave Old Trafford.

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Everton are prepared to pay £20million for Arsenal's Theo Walcott, according to the Telegraph.

Premier League rivals Manchester United and Chelsea are set to "battle it out" for the signature of Brazilian star Arthur Melo, the Daily Star reports.

The 20-year-old is highly regarded in Brazil and is expected to make their squad for this summer's World Cup. Jurgen Klopp wants £30 million for injury-prone striker Daniel Sturridge.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho is looking for a long-term replacement for midfielder Michael Carrick, and Shakhtar Donetsk's Fred could fit the bill.

The Mexico global made a name for himself as a goal-poacher during his time at Old Trafford, particularly as a substitute, and he was hugely popular among supporters. According to the Daily Record, Fred is one of a number of midfielders "under consideration" by Mourinho.



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