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Transfer News – Man Utd to let De Gea go, Barca set for four free transfer as United target Haaland.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who is currently the Manager at Old Trafford according to the Sun report, he is ready to sanction the sale of either David De Gea or Dean Henderson. Both Goalkeepers have split duties this season due to poor form from the 30 years old Spanish Goalkeeper David De Gea. Dean Henderson is just 23 years old and he is wishing for more first team football. Lee Grant and Sergio Romero are still on the book for Manchester United.

The daily mail reports that Football Club Barcelona are interested in acquiring the service of four players whose contract are expiring at the end of the season as they look toward rebuilding their squad after a trying and difficult period which has made a big impact on the club due to Corona virus.

COVID-19 complications and effect have really affected Barcelona. Georginio Wijnadum, Memphis Depay, Eric Garcia and Juan Bernat from Liverpool, Lyon, Manchester City and Paris Saint German respectively are all link with a more to Barcelona. All four players contract is ending this summer.

Former Molde Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is interested in bringing his former Player down to England. Solskjaer brought Erling Haaland into first team football at Molde in Norway and now, he is the hottest property in football. So many top European giant are interested in acquiring the service of the 20 years old Borussia Dortmund Striker.

The likes of Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a year left at Manchester United and is ready to mount a proper title challenge next season by signing Erling Haaland.

What do you think, Corona Virus have turn Barcelona to the likes of Arsenal and Juventus, looking to see free player. Can Manchester United really sign Haaland. Your thoughts and opinions.

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