Manchester United transfer news: Erik ten Hag eyes ex Chelsea striker

Tammy Abraham of AS Roma (Photo by Andrea Staccioli/Insidefoto/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Tammy Abraham of AS Roma (Photo by Andrea Staccioli/Insidefoto/LightRocket via Getty Images) /

In today’s Manchester United transfer news – Erik ten Hag has located his potential Harry Kane alternative with former Chelsea striker, an update on Dean Henderson & much more.

For yesterday’s Manchester United transfer news, click here.

Manchester United transfer news – Dean Henderson has no desire to stay

Currently on loan at Nottingham Forest, England international shot-stopper Dean Henderson has no interest in staying at Manchester United when his loan comes to an end after this season. This is according to Manchester Evening News.

With this in mind, it’s likely that he’ll be sold as part of Erik ten Hag’s summer rebuild.

Manchester United transfer news – Tammy Abraham seen as Harry Kane backup

It’s unlikely that Harry Kane will leave London if he’s even allowed to leave Spurs by Daniel Levy. Despite this, Manchester United haven’t stepped down their interest in signing him.

However, according to Gazzetta, Manchester United scouts were sent out to Italy to watch Tammy Abraham in action for Roma. There are, of course, complications which would prevent this deal from going ahead.

Chelsea inserted a buyback clause into his contract, meaning that they have first dibs when it comes to signing the England international. Even if they choose not to sign him, then he won’t come cheap as Roma values him highly.

Manchester United transfer news – Major update in Achraf Hakimi chase

Manchester United are known to be one of the clubs across Europe who are interested in signing World Cup semifinalist Achraf Hakimi.

According to Football Insider, Manchester United are prepared to meet the asking price set by Paris Saint-Germain to sign the right-back. It’s thought that Hakimi will set the Red Devils and their new owners back by around £50m-£60m, a fee they see as worth it for his quality.

What do you make of today’s Manchester United transfer news?