That must mean Real Madrid have finally managed to lure David de Gea from Old Trafford after years of laying the groundwork, and the Express believes that United have already identified the England gloveman as the man to take over from the Spaniard between the sticks.
United are believed to be paying over £50m to secure the signature of the player, who was linked with City in the January transfer window.
And according to the Manchester Evening News, the Red Devils have no intention of signing Sandro this summer.
Thiem ends Cecchinato's French Open dream run
Both teams are through to the final at Roland Garros for the first time after securing uspet wins on Court Suzanne Lenglen. It rarely is for Nadal at a place he has lorded over the way no other man ever has at any Grand Slam tournament.
The Star goes so far as to claim that United gaffer Jose Mourinho "is desperate to land the Tottenham ace", and he wants the deal wrapped up before the World Cup starts on Thursday.
Mourinho knows he needs to strengthen his squad if United are to compete for top honours next season having finished a whopping 19 points adrift of Premier League champions Manchester City last season.
Uber driver who booted 2 kissing women has license suspended
Elbotari said that he would do the same for a straight couple, but admitted that he has less tolerance for a same-sex couple. Iovine presses him to explain, asking: 'Why are we not allowed to kiss in an Uber?' "It's disrespectful", the driver said.
Elsewhere, Manchester United have also completed the signing of full-back Diogo Dalot from Porto on a five-year deal for a fee of around £19m.
The Sun is reporting that the Red Devils are keen on tying up a deal for the Spurs defender as Jose Mourinho looks to bolster his defensive options at Old Trafford.
Fred is part of the Brazil squad for the World Cup and is expected to have a decent tournament as he looks to establish himself on the worldwide stage.
Salmonella melon recall includes these Georgia stores
Separately, the CDC is reporting an outbreak of salmonella linked to backyard chickens that had made 124 people in 36 states sick. Indianapolis, In . - Precut melon connected to a salmonellosis outbreak may have come from an Indianapolis produce supplier.