Manchester United transfer rumors: Chicharito, Shaw, Cavani, Wilson

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Chicharito hasn’t had the best of seasons at Manchester United, and as such he’s been rumored to be on the way out of Old Trafford. The United striker has seen a lot of time on the bench this year, and not contributing all that much when he does play. But against Newcastle he started, scored, assisted and owned the night as David Moyes’ side blew out Newcastle 4-0.

-Manchester United fans really want him to stay, as you can see from their feedback on Twitter.

-United have been all over Southampton’s Luke Shaw, that’s not news. They’ll have competition from Chelsea, but you probably knew that too. What is new is the emergence of Real Madrid. The side from the Spanish capital is looking like the favorites to land Shaw, according to reports from MARCA.

By the way, Shaw is valued at around £25m-£30m and is known to be a Blues fan.

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-You know that Manchester United have been all over William Carvalho, as he’s the #1 target. Carlos Mane is up there too. MUFC sent some scouts to Portugal to watch those and two more summer transfer window targets: Marcos Rojo and Bebe

-Wilfried Zaha has been ordered to celebrate if he scores against Crystal Palace, according to the Daily Star.

-Paris Saint-Germain president Nasser Al-Khelaifa sent a message to both Manchester United and Chelsea by claiming Edinson Cavani leaving the club rumors are all rubbish.

“Cavani is very important for us. He is very professional, very committed on the pitch, he gives everything. I like him a lot,” he is quoted by The Express.

-James Wilson is one of the most exciting Manchester United youth prospects in a long time, and he’s getting much closer to joining the club. He’s drawn comparisons to a young Adnan Januzaj

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