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Keep across all things Man United as we head into the international break weekend.

Manchester United head into Friday with uncertainty surrounding another of their players.

Donny van de Beek is surplus to requirements at Old Trafford having struggled since his 2020 switch from Ajax. The midfielder has been unable to hold down a starting role with the Reds and his future looks to be elsewhere.

However, his only possible destination, if he is to move before winter, is Turkey. MEN Sport understands United are waiting on clubs to make a move for Van de Beek.

Previously, Galatasaray have shown interest and Fenerbahce could also be a destination for him. Elsewhere, it seems to be guaranteed Jadon Sancho will remain with the Reds.

Reports suggested Steven Gerrard’s Al Ettifaq made a last-ditch move for the winger but were priced out of negotiations on the Saudi Pro League’s deadline day.

United’s Adidas home shirt is made up of the same colour of the city’s iconic red rose and features a black collar. The collar also features a dash of both red and white, giving it a slick and modernised look.

Bayern Munich winger Leroy Sane is looking forward to reigniting rivalries when he welcomes United to the Allianz Arena for their opening Champions League clash.

The German international spent four seasons at Manchester City and struck up a rivalry with the Reds.

Bruno Fernandes believes Andre Onana’s strong personality will be crucial to his success at United as he looks to succeed the long-serving David de Gea.

Erik ten Hag’s insistence on signing Onana was due in part to the former Ajax man’s quality on possession, while the first few weeks at Old Trafford have seen his shot-stopping tested. But as well as technical qualities, Fernandes knows how much mental strength it takes to play in goal for United, as he told club media:

Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand admits he is being cautious with the fitness of Rasmus Hojlund and will not play the United striker for 90 minutes against Finland on Sunday.

United look set to rival Bayern Munich for the signing of Joao Palhinha at some point in the future, according to bild.

Palhinha was in Munich on deadline day as he looked to secure an exit from Fulham, however that deal fell through at the last minute.

The German side have retained their interest

going into the January window, but could face competition from United.

Bruno Fernandes has revealed that Rasmus Hojlund is “trying to speak to everyone” as he aims to build a relationship with his new teammates.

The success of Hojlund’s debut campaign with United will inevitably be measured by the number of goals he scores. But for the new striker to score, those behind him must create and Fernandes hopes the pair can hit the ground running together.

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