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Bruno Fernandes stance made clear with Man United 'confident' of completing £75m transfer

Manchester United are preparing for Sir Jim Ratcliffe's first summer transfer window since purchasing a stake in the club earlier this year.

As changes continue to take place behind the scenes, United must get their business right in the window. Talks will be held over the future of a number of players, Jadon Sancho and Mason Greenwood among them.

United finished eighth in the Premier League - their worst ever finish - but Erik ten Hag may have salvaged his job with an FA Cup final win over Manchester City. A review of the situation is still taking place and a decision is expected to come to light next week.

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With that said, MEN Sport has taken a look at the latest United news and gossip that has been doing the rounds in the last 24 hours.

According to the Guardian, serious offers for United skipper Bruno Fernandes would begin at £70million. However, the Portuguese is highly rated by Ratcliffe and described as the club's 'finest footballer,' as per the reports, suggesting they will not want to lose him.

Although the midfielder is attracting interest from European clubs including Bayern Munich, there is said to be 'no push' to sell Fernandes. But if the Red Devils want to keep hold of their captain, they may need to improve his salary.

The 29-year-old is understood to be seeking a new deal that would put him among the club's highest earners. A new salary would see him earn £300,000-a-week-plus, an improvement to the £220,000 he is currently thought to be on.

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