–A look at transfer market undone deals
United’s £16million bid for the defender, 24, has been held up by a bitter legal wrangle between his club Sporting Lisbon and a private equity firm who own 75 per cent of Rojo’s rights.
Sporting are currently refusing to budge but Louis van Gaal desperately needs cover and is likely to sanction a fresh bid to push the move over the line.
Chelsea, City and United were interested in Benatia, 27, but the defender is set to snub the Premier League pair for Pep Guardiola’s Bayern Munich.
Guardiola has been on the lookout for cover following Javi Martinez’s Super Cup horror injury and looks certain to get his man.
The Argentina striker, 29, had been tipped for the Paris Saint-Germain exit as the free-spending French champions look to cut costs and comply with Uefa finance rules.
The Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool target saw contract talks stall last week but PSG have now gone cold on the idea of selling the £20m star.
Napoli have put Arsenal on red alert by allowing the Chile World Cup star to go out on a season-long loan.
Vargas, 24, is close to new Gunner Alexis Sanchez and may fancy linking up with his pal.
Holland international, 24, admits he would “consider” a reunion with Louis van Gaal at Manchester United — but insists he is still happy at Ajax.
The £16million utility man has seen his stock rocket after the World Cup and Van Gaal knows he needs to buy after United’s opening-day defeat against Swansea.
Former Arsenal midfielder, 26, has fallen down the pecking order at Barca, who are ready to listen to offers of around £8m.
Liverpool were linked to Song but Brendan Rodgers has already strengthened in the engine room and Galatasaray seems a more likely destination.
Barcelona have waved the white flag in their pursuit of the Colombian — paving the way for Manchester United to make their move.
Van Gaal needs extra bodies at wing back and the £30million star would fit the bill perfectly. Fiorentina insist they do not want to sell but every player has his price.