Jose Mourinho is expected to extend his Manchester United contract until 2021 despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain. M.E.N. Sport understands Mourinho is yet to officially sign new terms and talks with United are still ongoing, but the club believes an extension to the three-year deal he signed in 2016 is a formality. The M.E.N. revealed in November PSG had contacted Mourinho's representatives after the United manager spoke glowingly about the Ligue 1 leaders the previous month.
It is no surprise who dominates the headlines today. Manchester United continue to be linked with a move for Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez. They were handed a huge boost in their pursuit of the 29-year-old after Manchester City pulled out of the race for the Chilean player. Jose Mourinho hinted that midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan could be included in a potential swap deal for Sanchez.
Henrikh Mkhitaryan is reportedly demanding a pay rise if he is to join Arsenal and facilitate Manchester United's move for Alexis Sanchez. The Mirror claims the United playmaker is 'holding Arsenal to ransom', since he wants more than the £150,000-a-week he is on at United. Mkhitaryan's agent Mino Raiola admitted on Tuesday a United deal for Sanchez depends on Mkhitaryan moving to Arsenal. "Manchester United is not going to sign Sanchez unless Mkhi agrees to join Arsenal," Raiola told The Times.
@Paolo_Cruz Interesting just to wonder, because he was using Veron on the right in pre-season before he was sold and Scholes had stepped up playing off Van Nistelrooy. May have meant having two playmakers playing off Van Nistelrooy.
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