SAUDI ARABIA’S most important man is set to meet with the Glazer family to discuss ploughing some of his family’s £850billion riches into the club – with an eye on a possible takeover one day.
Find out all the latest on the talks and the best transfer news from Manchester United with our daily round-up.
Saudi prince Mohammed bin Salman is to meet the Glazers next weekAP:Associated Press
GLAZE OVER?
MANCHESTER United could be set for a major cash injection from a Saudi Arabian prince – as he looks to rival Manchester City’s Middle Eastern owners in the global football business.
Mohammad bin Salman is worth around £850billion and is said to be interested in one day replacing the Glazers as the Red Devils’ owner.
SHAW THING
LUKE SHAW is set to sign a bumper new contract with Manchester United in a stunning deal which will see him earn £150,000-a-week.
The full-back, who is currently on £100,000-a-week, will become one of the world’s top earning defenders.
PRINCELY SUMS
SAUDI prince Mohammad bin Salman is set to meet the Glazers to discuss investing in United.
But who is the man with enough money to rival anyone in the spending stakes?
REDDY TO GO
JESSE LINGARD and Luke Shaw were among the injured United stars taking part in training as they look to get fit for Saturday’s Chelsea clash.
Phil Jones also missed out on an England call-up due to injury – but hopes to be available this weekend.
MORRISON’S CAREER UN-RAVEL-ING
FORMER Manchester United youth product Ravel Morrison has suffered another setback in his professional career as Lazio prepare to ‘give up’ on him.
The Italians had loaned Morrison to Mexican outfit Atlas – having once been tipped as the best youngster from the Red Devils’ academy in decades – and now could see his contract torn up upon his return.

Seven months in, what’s the verdict on Justin Langer?
Wednesday December 12, 2018

Justin Langer was fast-tracked into the Australian coaching role over seven months ago now, so in the professional world of modern-day cricket, a job appraisal seems slightly overdue. Admittedly, the Aussies are in the middle of a series right now, but the cricket never really stops these days anyway, so a quick analysis now seems […]

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A sensible conclusion to the Greg Inglis salary cap situation
Saturday May 18, 2019

So South Sydney get a million bucks in salary cap relief following Greg Inglis’ retirement? Sounds about right. Following the former Queensland skipper’s resignation in April, discussion turned – a little too quickly – from a celebration of one of the all-time great careers to what was going to happen with the Rabbitohs’ salary cap. […]

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Why the W Series deserves a chance
Monday October 15, 2018

Nothing gets people fired up quite like a discussion about gender in sport, so it was to the surprise of no-one that last week’s announcement of an all-female racing series was met with deeply polarised opinion. Calling itself ‘W Series’, this new international racing category intends to launch in 2019 with a six-round season affixed […]

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George Russell taking tips from Lewis Hamilton ahead of F1 bow in 2019

3 of a kind

Russell announced as Williams driver for 2019 to become third Briton on F1 grid

CHAMPION-ELECT

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JACQ THE MAD

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SEX LIFE ISN'T OVA

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VETTEL LEW-SING GROUND

Hamilton eases to victory in Japan to extend lead over Vettel

right formula

Lewis Hamilton reveals reason why he is closing in on his fifth world title

LEW BEAUTY

Lewis Hamilton on pole again as rival Sebastian Vettel down in NINTH

F1 preview

Check out our Japan GP preview as Hamilton aims to extend advantage over Vettel

AL BE WAITING

BBC SPOTY in huge overhaul with nominees now to be revealed live on night

CRASH DEATH

Formula One grid girl Kate Woodcock tragically died aged 30

'SHINING STAR'

Tributes to Lewis Hamilton's F1 grid girl killed after BMW crashes into wall

UNITED’S DUTCH COMPETITION
Paris Saint-Germain have joined the race for Manchester United targets Frenkie de Jong and Matthijs de Ligt.
Barcelona are also interested in the Ajax duo, as they continue to prove why they are among the brightest talents in the game.
PARIS SAINT-GEA
UNITED goalkeeper David De Gea is a transfer target for Paris Saint-Germain following concerns over a new deal.
The Red Devils hope to sign the Spaniard to a new contract extension – but the goalkeeper has yet to put pen-to-paper and could leave for free in 18 months.