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Breaking News ! Good morning, Manchester United fans. Here are your morning headlines for Saturday, August 1. Manchester clubs in race for French starlet Manchester United are set to go head-to-head with Manchester City to land Angers left-back Rayan Ait-Nouri. That is according to a report in French outlet FootMercato, via the MEN, which claims the 19-year-old recently visited the facilities of both clubs as he attempts to make a decision on his future. The teenager played 17 times in Ligue 1 for Angers last season and has now returned to France, where he will make a decision on his future. However, there is a lengthy list of clubs who have been linked with a move for the defender including Atletico Madrid, PSG, Monaco, Leicester, Crystal Palace and Wolverhampton Wanderers. Read More Related Articles Dimitar Berbatov names two positions Manchester United should bolster after Jadon Sancho transfer Read More Related Articles Wayne Rooney was proved wrong by two Manchester United signings United to be informed if BVB move for Sancho replacement Former Manchester United forward Memphis Depay may hold the key in Jadon Sancho moving to Old Trafford this summer. The Dutchman could be on his way to Borussia Dortmund this summer after Lyon missed out on a European spot, and he could be a theoretical replacement for the England star. And the Daily Star highlight how United must be informed if the Bundesliga outfit have made a move for Memphis.
. "These things exist in football. But until now, we've not received anything on Memphis.” Youngsters to wait on loan moves A number of Manchester United youngsters are in high demand for loan moves this summer, but the Reds are likely to be patient. As highlighted by the MEN, United may well choose to field a number of their younger players in the Europa League tie against LASK in order to give senior players a rest.
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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side are five goals up from the first leg and their place in the quarter-finals is not in jeopardy, so changes are predicted. Eight youngsters were given senior debuts in the group stage of the competition this season and, while Largie Ramazani has since left the club, the other seven still remain and may be given a run out against LASK to showcase their talent.