A round-up of the latest Man United news as the summer transfer window gathers pace

The summer transfer window is here and for Manchester United it could be a busy one. The Red Devils won’t be able to spend as much as they would like given their difficult PSR situation, but Sir Jim Ratcliffe will be keen to make his mark nonetheless.

An army of players have been linked but in order to buy United have to sell and it seems players could be close to sealing Old Trafford exits. With that in mind, here’s a look at some of the latest United transfer news.Wan-Bissaka deal ‘nearly complete’

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is edging towards the exit door at Old Trafford with the defender on the verge of joining Turkish club Galatasaray. That’s according to Bein Sports Turkey who claim the club are making strides towards striking a deal with United to sign the full-back, although a fee is yet to be agreed.

It is claimed the club have offered Wan-Bissaka a four-year deal and the player is keen on the idea of making the move to the Super Lig club. Wan-Bissaka is thought to be one of the players United deem to be expendable this summer and his exit could pave the way for new additions.The full-back has been with United since 2019, joining from Crystal Palace for a reported fee of around £50m. However, while he has made 190 appearances for the club, he has struggled to find form on a consistent basis.

As such, he could be allowed to leave the club and pursue pastures new while United look to revamp their back line.Lazio ‘offer Greenwood swap’

According to reports in Italy, Lazio are willing to entertain the notion of a player swap plus cash deal to sign Mason Greenwood this summer. Greenwood looks set to leave Old Trafford in the coming months with interest coming from the continent and if reports are to be believed Lazio are in talks about a move for the former England international.The club are said to have offered a structured £30m, but United want more prompting Lazio to return with a swap proposal. Il Messaggero claim the club have offered up reported Manchester City target Christos Mandas as part of the deal.

The 22-year-old goalkeeper is highly rated in the Italian capital having made the move to the Stadio Olimpico from OFI Crete last summer. He made 12 appearances for the club last season, keeping six clean sheets along the way.It remains to be seen if United would be open to such a proposal but it seems clear that they see Greenwood as a way of freeing up funds, much like Wan-Bissaka above

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