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All of Thursday’s breaking Man United news, including takeover updates, transfer rumours, analysis, opinions and more in a dedicated live blog.

Left to right: Sir Jim Ratcliffe, Sheikh Jassim and Thomas Zilliacus. (Image: Getty)

Wednesday night saw the second deadline for takeover offers come and go with reports that both Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al-Thani had tabled bids.

However, it later emerged that neither party had met the 9pm deadline, with the Raine Group, who are handling the possible sale of the club for the Glazer family, understood to have granted both parties an extension to make their offers later in the week, potentially today.

Sheikh Jassim’s Qatari delegates met United officials last Thursday, before Ratcliffe did the same a day later. It is widely reported that the Glazers want £6billion to sell United.

On Thursday, Finnish entrepreneur Thomas Zilliacus claimed he had submitted a unique bid to buy half of the club and said he will allow fans to buy the other half.

Elsewhere, a number of United players will be in action for their country today as Portugal host Serbia while England face Italy.

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Tammy Abraham is ‘destined’ to return to the Premier League this summer amid links with Manchester United, according to Sky in Italy.

Abraham joined Roma in the summer of 2021, with minutes at Chelsea almost certainly restricted by the £97.5million signing of Romelu Lukaku just four days prior to his departure.

And the 25-year-old has been enjoying life in the Italian capital, scoring 34 goals in 91 appearances across all competitions in the season-and-a-half since and winning the Europa Conference League.

Such form has kept Premier League clubs on high alert, with United reportedly eyeing Abraham as a back-up option to the likes of Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen.

Luke Shaw’s red card was not enough to see England cave under the pressure as they held out for a 2-1 win over reigning European champions Italy.

Goals from Declan Rice and Harry Kane were enough to hand the Three Lions an opening win in their qualification campaign for Euro 2024.

Shaw and Maguire were solid for the most part, but the former picked up two quick bookings – the first somewhat ridiculously for time-wasting – while the latter was arguably at fault for Italy’s one goal.

Luke Shaw has been sent off in England’s Euro 2024 qualifier against Italy.

The Three Lions went into the break 2-0 up but faced plenty of pressure from Italy, who pulled on back not long after the break.

Shaw received two yellow cards within 54 seconds, being booked first for time-wasting before a late challenge saw him dismissed.

United are still interested in signing Joao Felix on a permanent deal from Atletico Madrid this summer, according to reports in Spain.

Felix is currently on loan at Premier League rivals Chelsea, where he has impressed since arriving in January with a string of fine performances despite a straight red card on his debut against Fulham.

Such form has encouraged Graham Potter’s side enough to explore a full purchase, although the likely price-tag of around €100million could prove problematic following two major spends over the last two windows.

Should the Portuguese international decide to leave Atleti this summer, then AS report that United could return to the fore and have ‘asked’ about the potential of signing Felix come June.

A solid first-half from England in Naples has them 2-0 up against Italy.

Declan Rice opened the scoring for the Three Lions but it was Harry Kane in the headlines, his penalty sending him above Wayne Rooney as England’s all-time top goalscorer.

United duo Luke Shaw and Harry Maguire have coped well with the little threat offered from Italy, with Gareth Southgate’s side by far the better of the two.

Bruno Fernandes starting for Portugal as they host Liechtenstein.

Diogo Dalot on the bench.

The Three Lions face Italy in Naples this evening, kicking off their Euro 2024 qualifying campaign, and Gareth Southgate has opted to start both Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.

Good luck boys!

According to the Evening Standard, United are set to beat Chelsea for the signing of highly-rated Watford defender Harry Amass.

It is thought that the Reds are in advanced talks with the 16-year-old, with the report claiming that Amass has chosen United’s academy over the London club’s in order to further his development as a player.

According to 90min, United are keen on signing Nice midfielder Khephren Thuram in the summer transfer window.

It is thought that Liverpool, Newcastle United, PSG and Inter Milan are also monitoring the 21-year-old Frenchman, who addressed his future ahead of this week’s Euro 2024 qualifiers against Netherlands and Republic of Ireland.

“I hear, but I don’t concentrate on it,” Thuram said. “I am with Nice. I am very happy where I am. I am trying to get bigger with the club. I am trying to grow up with the club. So, yeah, obviously I hear it [the interest] but it’s not the most important. The most important is to do good with the team and be happy where I am.”

United striker Wout Weghorst has confirmed the Netherlands’ impressive free-kick routine to score against Argentina at the World Cup was his idea.

During the clash in Qatar, the striker scored in the 83rd minute to make the game 2-1, before grabbing an equaliser in the depths of injury time, thanks to an innovative free-kick routine.

Speaking about the aforementioned free-kick, the Dutchman told MOTDx.

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United have been charged by the Football Association after their players surrounded referee Chris Kavanagh during the second half of Sunday’s FA Cup quarter-final win against Fulham at Old Trafford.

A statement issued by the FA said: “Manchester United FC has been charged after its players surrounded a match official during the 71st minute minute of the FA Cup tie against Fulham FC on Sunday, March 19. It’s alleged that Manchester United FC failed to ensure its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion and/or do not behave in a way which is improper. Manchester United FC has until Monday, March 27 to respond.”

Finnish entrepreneur Thomas Zilliacus has emerged as a shock contender to try and buy United.

The 69-year-old has proposed a move that would see his group finance half of the purchase of the Reds while the other 50 per cent would come from United supporters themselves.

Click here to read our full profile on Zilliacus.

Former United defender Paul Parker has accused England manager Gareth Southgate of ‘disrespecting’ United boss Erik ten Hag by selecting Harry Maguire in his latest England squad.

The United centre-back, despite earning limited opportunities at Old Trafford this season, has been called-up for the Three Lions’ Euro 2024 qualifiers and is expected to start tonight’s game against Italy in Naples.

Parker told BonusCodeBets:

Finnish entrepreneur Thomas Zilliacus has submitted a unique bid to buy United.

Zilliacus, who is chairman of the social media group novaM Group, has submitted an offer through XXI Century Capital. He has outlined that his bid would allow United’s fans the chance to buy half of the club.

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According to a report by Globo Esporte, Casemiro will captain Brazil when they face Morocco in a friendly on Saturday.

It is claimed that the United midfielder has been awarded the armband by temporary boss Ramon Menezes, who has filled the void left by former head coach Tite.

Usual captain Thiago Silva is currently sidelined through injury after going off in Chelsea’s defeat to Tottenham Hotspur last month.

England will start their journey to the European Championship finals in Germany next summer tonight, facing Italy in Naples.

Ahead of the start of the qualifiers, these are latest odds to win Euro 2024, courtesy of Betfair:

  • Germany -5/1
  • France – 11/2
  • England – 6/1
  • Spain – 7/1
  • Italy – 9/1
  • Portugal – 11/1
  • Netherlands – 12/1
  • Belgium – 16/1
  • Denmark – 20/1
  • Croatia – 25/1
  • Wales – 100/1
  • Scotland – 175/1
  • Republic of Ireland – 200/1
  • Northern Ireland – 500/1

United are continuing to try and agree terms with David de Gea and Marcus Rashford over new contracts at the club.

Uncertainty surrounding the prospect of a takeover being concluded at Old Trafford could have meant that contract talks had to be put to one side. However, that is not the case.

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