The Red Devils are considering a contract in which Paul Pogba returns to Turin in exchange for Ronaldo's return to Old Trafford this summer.
United is on track to collect a sizable reward for finishing in the Premier League's top four once more, and they plan to use the money to re-capture a club legend.
Real Madrid midfielder Isco is being pursued by Juventus, Milan, and Sevilla, among others.
The 28-year-old is expected to be available for a fee of around €20 million this summer, which may spark a bidding war between the three clubs.
Isco has struggled for playing time at the Bernabeu this season, appearing in just 19 La Liga games.
Arsenal is planning to sabotage West Ham's planned summer switch for Jesse Lingard.
David Moyes is keen to sign the Manchester United loanee permanently after seeing him rediscover his best form at the London Stadium after joining in January.
Arsenal, on the other hand, is planning a move for Lingard, with a £30 million offer being floated.
Ruben Neves of Wolves has been listed as a transfer target for Manchester United.
In preparation for the 2021-22 season, the Wanderers intend to sell a variety of key players, including Neves, as part of a boardroom restructure.
Man United is ready to make a move, with Neves seen as the ideal man to come in and bolster Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's midfield.
Mohamed Salah's representatives have been contacted by Paris Saint-Germain to discuss a summer transfer for the Egyptian forward.
PSG could consider a transfer bid for the Egyptian forward if Neymar refuses to sign a new contract.
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