Manchester United free from any potential competition as they secure a £40m transfer, bypassing Arsenal and Chelsea.

This article contains affiliate links, and we will receive a commission on sales generated from it. Man Utd could have a clear path to Ivan Toney. Manchester United are reportedly set to discuss a summer swoop for Brentford striker Ivan Toney.

This potential move is surprising, as it deviates from the club’s expected transfer strategy under Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s ownership. The Red Devils have prioritized a new striker at the end of the season, and Toney has emerged as an appealing option to provide competition for Rasmus Hojlund. Jason Wilcox is expected to arrive as technical director at the start of May once United agree on a compensation package with Southampton.

Dan Ashworth has been placed on gardening leave by Newcastle United after being approached by United for the sporting director position, with discussions proving tricky. Football director John Murtough’s exit earlier this week indicates face-to-face talks between Ratcliffe and Amanda Staveley edged Ashworth’s timely arrival closer. Ratcliffe is reportedly keen to focus on younger players with high potential as part of overhauling United’s unsuccessful strategy of the last decade.

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