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Kamara ‘Rangnick’s first signing,’ Haaland can leave Dortmund CONFIRMED, Cavani to Barca

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Manchester United are interested in signing Marseille star Boubacar Kamara ahead of the January transfer window.

According to El Nacional, United are in the driving seat in the transfer war for Kamara, who could become interim manager Ralf Rangnick’s first signing.

Rangnick is ‘convinced’ the midfielder is the right transfer for the Red Devils and talks with the Frenchman are at an ‘advanced stage’.

It’s even claimed the move could be announced in the first few days of January.

Meanwhile, Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke confirmed Real Madrid’s transfer interest in United target Erling Haaland.

Watzke told BILD TV: “No matter where I go, everyone speaks to you about Erling Haaland.

“All I know is a guarantee that Real Madrid are very interested in him. I could name 25 others now.

“But I know for sure, it can be that he leaves, but it can also be that he stays.

“A few days ago I had a very good conversation with Mino Raiola. When we are in a target corridor, the conversations are always quite friendly.

“And that phone call was quite friendly. We will certainly have another meeting in the next few weeks.

“The overall development of Haaland is in the foreground.

“Just like with [Robert] Lewandowski, I would like to be proud of Erling at some point if he wins the Champions League.

“Personally, I think it’s good for him if he stays in the Bundesliga a little longer.”

And Raiola confirmed his client doesn’t have a “pre-agreement” with any of his suitors, including United.

Raiola told NOS: “Haaland can wait for everyone.

“We don’t have a pre-agreement with any club.

“We will look for the best option, and I also never ruled out another year at Borussia Dortmund.”

Finally, Barcelona are cautious about signing United star Edinson Cavani in the January transfer window because of the his continued injury woes.

Barca have been strongly linked with a move for Cavani next month.

According to SPORT, however, the striker’s latest injury setback means the club are thinking twice about making a bid.

The Uruguay international’s latest injury is a recurring problem to his Achilles tendon.

It’s caused him to miss the Manchester giants’ last eight league games, meaning Barca may shelve their pursuit for the 34-year-old



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