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Manchester United face Sheriff in Europa League game on Thursday, September 14th, 2022

Manchester United will face Sheriff in their second UEFA Europa League game of the season on Thursday at the Zimbru Stadium. Erik ten Hag, the club’s new manager, is desperate for a victory after falling to Real Sociedad last week.
Former Aston Villa striker Gabriel Agbonlahor has predicted that Cristiano Ronaldo will join a Saudi Arabian club in January. In other news, the Red Devils intend to sign an Atletico Madrid goalkeeper next summer.

To that end, here are the top Manchester United transfer stories as of September 14, 2022:

Cristiano Ronaldo is expected to join a Saudi Arabian club in January, according to Gabriel Agbonlahor.
So far this season, Cristiano Ronaldo has failed to find the back of the net.
Cristiano Ronaldo, according to Gabriel Agbonlahor, is unhappy with his situation at Manchester United and may leave in January. This season, the Portuguese has struggled for chances at Old Trafford under Ten Hag, and he has yet to score in seven games across all competitions.

Cristiano Ronaldo turned down a salary of £211 million per year to play for an unnamed Saudi club, but the Manchester United striker is now reconsidering the offer. (The Athletic)
Agbonlahor told Football Insider that the 37-year-old could be tempted to join a lower-level league in January.
“Ronaldo must be furious right now because he isn’t starting games.” Ronaldo wants to start games, score goals, and compete in the Champions League. Everything he desires is not forthcoming. “It could get to the point in January where (he) looks at the situation and thinks, ‘You know what, maybe my time at the highest level is over,'” Agbonlahor said.

“It happens to everyone,” he added. Everyone ages, and you can’t beat the clock. He’s reached the point where he looks at it and thinks, ‘Maybe I should go to America, Saudi Arabia, or China.’ Perhaps this is the time for Ronaldo to consider those options. Unless there are major injuries, he won’t start a Premier League game for Manchester United for a while.”
Ronaldo, who led United in scoring with 24 goals in all competitions last season, could be in line to face Sheriff.

Jan Oblak is set to join Manchester United in 2023.
Jan Oblak is wanted at Manchester United next summer.

According to Jeunes Footeux via Caught Offside, Manchester United are planning a summer move for Jan Oblak.
This summer, the Red Devils signed Martin Dubravka on loan from Newcastle United to serve as David de Gea’s backup. However, they are unlikely to sign him on a long-term basis. Meanwhile, Dean Henderson is on loan at Nottingham Forest, but he may have sealed his future with the club after a recent interview in which he criticized them.
Manchester United will prioritize signing a new backup for De Gea next summer, and Ten Hag has identified his man in Oblak. The Atletico Madrid goalkeeper is one of the best on the continent and could challenge De Gea.

Alan Hutton believes Luke Shaw will leave Manchester United next summer.
Luke Shaw has had a rough start to the season.

Alan Hutton, a former Tottenham Hotspur right-back, believes Luke Shaw could leave Manchester United next summer.
This season, the left-back has fallen down the pecking order, with Ten Hag preferring Tyrell Malacia to fill Shaw’s spot.
Luke Shaw has a foot injury that has kept him out of two of #mufc’s last three games [@samuelluckhurst].
Hutton expressed sympathy for Shaw in an interview with Football Insider.
“It’s a tough one. He’s a great player on his day; there’s no denying it; he’s an England international. I believe he has struggled as a result of a serious injury. Whether it’s confidence, fitness, or something else. I’ve been there before, with a broken leg, and I understand how difficult it can be. So I understand what he’s going through,” Hutton said.

Shaw, according to Hutton, could either accept the challenge of competing with Malacia or move elsewhere.
“(Tyrell) Malacia has arrived; he’s hit the ground running; he appears to be in command of that position, and it’s really up to Luke Shaw.” He can take it one of two ways. He may think to himself, ‘I’m going to fight for my spot; it’s one of the best clubs in the world.’ Alternatively, he can simply throw it in and say, ‘Right, I’ll run down my contract and just move elsewhere.’ So it’s really up to him and what he’s like as a person,” Hutton explained. Shaw’s United contract expires next summer, but he has yet to sign an extension.

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