6pm Man Utd news LIVE: Pukki to Utd odds tumble, Pogba’s PSG offer, Old Trafford injury crisis, £80m Maddison wanted, Solskjaer hopes De Gea stays

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IT has been a busy week for Manchester United – despite Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team not being in action. The future of stopper David De Gea is once again unclear with the Spaniard set to reject a new deal – while Paul Pogba had agreed to join PSG over the summer, only for Neymar...

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