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Man United boss Jose Mourinho gives big Zlatan Ibrahimovic update

13 January 2018

After leading Leicester to their historic title win in the 2015/16 season, Vardy rejected a move to Arsenal.

United are also looking to bolster their strike force in the January transfer window and are reported to have made inquiries about signing JAMIE VARDY from Leicester City and JAVIER HERNANDEZ from West Ham, according to the Telegraph.

Nicol does not think he regrets turning down the Gunners and has warned him a move to Old Trafford would not be good for his career.

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Goal understands that City remain hopeful of signing Alexis, but they are wary of overpaying for the star, whom Arsenal value at £35 million. Liverpool want to bring Mahrez to Anfield as a replacement for Philippe Coutinho, who signed for Barcelona in a £142m deal.

Manchester United have launched an audacious bid for Sanchez, in a bid to snatch the 29-year-old forward from under the noses of local rivals Manchester City.

Jose Mourinho says that Zlatan Ibrahimovic is "not totally happy with his condition", with the striker's latest knee injury likely to keep him out until February. "The only word I can say is he is a phenomenal player, apart from that an Arsenal player and I feel I shouldn't say much more than this".

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Meanwhile, United and Chelsea are set to battle it out to sign Brazilian starlet Arthur Melo from Gremio, according to the same newspaper. Gremio may be willing to listen to bids of between £30m and £35m, says the newspaper. The Liverpool Echo says that both Southampton and West Ham are interested in signing Sturridge, who is keen to get more first-team action in order to force his way into the England squad for the World Cup finals in Russian Federation this summer.

The 31-year-old has ten goals to his name this season but he wouldn't come cheap. According to the Daily Record, Fred is one of a number of midfielders "under consideration" by Mourinho.

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Man United boss Jose Mourinho gives big Zlatan Ibrahimovic update