MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: ED WOODWARD EYES £136M FRANCE DOUBLE DEAL, TWO-PLAYER TRANSFER PROPOSAL

Manchester United news and transfer gossip is coming in thick and fast and Express Sport is on hand to bring you all the very latest from Old Trafford.

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