Man Utd transfer news: Mason Greenwood update, £44m deal ‘advanced’, another exit set | Football | Sport

Manchester United have made the most active start to the January transfer window across the Premier League, with a pair of players departing in the opening two days. After Donny van de Beek sealed a loan switch to Eintracht Frankfurt on January 1, Erik ten Hag continued to trim his squad on Tuesday.

Express Sport provides all the latest transfer news from Old Trafford, including fresh developments regarding potential incomings and outgoings.

Man Utd ‘nearing Giorgio Scalvini transfer’

United are reportedly in advanced negotiations over the signing of Atalanta centre-back Giorgio Scalvini.

That’s according to French publication Les Bons Conceil Du Sports, who claim United are ready to trigger the highly-rated 20-year-old’s £44million release clause.

Scalvini is said to be the subject of rival interest from AC Milan, Juventus, Inter Milan and Real Madrid. Chelsea have also been touted among the Italy international’s suitors.

But he could soon land at Old Trafford as a long-term replacement for Raphael Varane, who looks increasingly likely to depart on a free transfer when his contract expires at the end of the season.

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Mason Greenwood talks ‘expected’

Mason Greenwood is another hot topic on the outgoings side of United’s transfer operations at the start of 2024.

The 22-year-old forward is shining on loan at Getafe and is expected to seal a permanent move away from Old Trafford in the summer.

According to The Athletic, United will hold talks around Greenwood’s future this month amid heavyweight interest in his signature.

Barcelona are said to be among his suitors, but the La Liga giants have yet to make a concrete approach. Getafe have a 20 per cent sell-on clause in his contract.

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