Good morning football fans
Newcastle have been knocked out of the FA Cup after losing 1-0 to Cambridge at St James’ Park.
The League One side pulled off a shocker in the third round of the competition thanks to Joe Ironside’s winner after 56 minutes.
This adds to the Magpies’ misery as the club continues to struggle despite the Saudi-led £300million takeover earlier this season.
The Toon are already facing a stiff relegation battle as they have won only one and lost 10 out of 19 Premier League matches this term.
January star signing Kieran Trippier made his debut as he started for Eddie Howe’s side.
Meanwhile, Manchester United have reportedly pulled out of the transfer race for Borussia Dortmund star Erling Haaland after discovering he wants to join Real Madrid.
That shocking report comes from the Daily Star, who claim that United have conceded defeat in their bid to sign Haaland ahead of the summer transfer window.
The Red Devils have been major admirers of the striker and interim manager Ralf Rangnick, who will become a consultant in the summer, really wants to sign him.
However, there is still intense competition as Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain, Bayern Munich, Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool have also been linked with the Norway international.
And United have offered Paul Pogba a new deal worth a whopping £500,000 per week.
Pogba’s deal runs out in the summer when he will be free to talk with clubs outside of England about a potential move.
The midfielder is being monitored by PSG, Real and former club Juventus during the January transfer window.
SunSport understands he has not yet decided whether he will put pen to paper on fresh terms with the club.
Red Devils sources fear the France international will leave, but the new deal is around £100,000 more than the 28-year-old is expected to get across Europe.
It would make him the highest paid player in Premier League history, on a basic salary of around £400,000 a week before add-ons.
Finally, Liverpool are reportedly set to offer Barcelona wonderkid Gavi 50 times more per week wages to land him.
Despite making just four top-flight appearances, he has already convinced Reds manager Jurgen Klopp to try and make a swoop for him.
The midfielder is currently earning around £1,600-a-week at the Nou Camp.
According to El Nacional, however, the Merseysiders are prepared to pay him £80,000-a-week in order to secure his signature