Apparently United "are in talks with Spurs over the Belgium international" and negotiations are progressing slowly if steadily, although a sticking point is Tottenham's asking price of more than £70m, which is about £20m too high for United.More news: Canada parliament slams US' Trudeau attack
Spurs had hoped to settle Alderweireld's future before the start of the World Cup but the Belgian has thrown the club a lifeline by suggesting he could stay in north London.
Rose expressed a desire to leave Spurs last summer, much to the chagrin of Mauricio Pochettino, but they reconciled after the 27-year-old made a decision to remain in north London.
Fred has the power and tenacity to form a solid double-pivot with Nemanja Matic when Jose Mourinho sees the need to manage the game, but it would be simplistic to describe him as a holding midfielder.More news: ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Officially Passes $2 Billion at the Box Office
Raphael Varane and Jerome Boateng are on Jose Mourinho's short-list as the Manchester United boss looks to sign a top class centre-back this summer, according to to the Manchester Evening News via TeamTalk.
Augsburg's Max is said to have had a fantastic season in Germany and so he's done enough to convince Mourinho to sign him.
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