Manchester United have been quiet this January by their usual standards, but then Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hasn’t really had a reason to splash the cash.
The Red Devils have been on a sensational run of form – barring the defeat by Sheffield United last time out – and are second in the Premier League table.
Solskjaer’s United are genuine title contenders this season, and as a result, the club are looking at offloading players rather than bringing in new recruits.
Jesse Lingard secured a loan move to West Ham on Saturday, where the England international will look to find some form once again.
New signing Facundo Pellistri may also leave the club on a temporary basis this January, despite recently signing for the Old Trafford club.
Ramos set to leave Real Madrid
The Bernabeu stalwart will see his contract expire at the end of the season.
And negotiations are no closer to finding an agreement with all parties refusing to budge.
United have been strongly linked with Ramos, but are understood to have agreed with Real not to make an “aggressive approach” in order to allow the Spanish giants to negotiate freely.
Erling Haaland asking price
It has been claimed that Erling Haaland could be available for just £66m this summer with Borussia Dortmund looking to raise cash.
Norwegian striker Haaland has been in rip-roaring form once again in the Bundesliga this season, having recently passed the year mark in Germany.
Haaland has a clause in his contract that allows him to leave for £66m in the summer of 2022.
But with Dortmund in a financial crisis, Ok Diario report that they could allow their star striker to leave at the end of the season for the same price.
Starlet set for fresh loan move
Man Utd midfielder James Garner is set to join Nottingham Forest on loan, report the MEN.
Garner, 19, was on loan at Watford until recently when both clubs agreed to terminate the agreement due to his lack of playing time.
Forest have since shown an interest in the youngster and he is poised to head to the City Ground until the end of the season.