6am Man Utd news: De Gea stays with big-money U-turn, Pulisic battle and Pogba tipped to go

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PAUL POGBA is rated likelier than ever to exit Old Trafford – while David De Gea is closer to staying after an amazing U-turn and United battle Prem rivals for Christian Pulisic.

Read this and more gossip, plus all the latest transfer news, from Old Trafford.

Paul Pogba is now rated as odds-on to exit Old Trafford in the January transfer window
Paul Pogba is strongly tipped to leave Man Utd in the January transfer window
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BACK IN GEA

DAVID DE GEA is ready to make a stunning U-turn and sign a long-term Manchester United deal.

The Spaniard, 28, has been locked in talks over the contract — but has now told pals he is on the verge of agreeing new terms.

MOUR HISTORY, LESS SUCCESS NOW

THE paint peeled off the walls when the Special One launched an expletive-ridden rant about his trophy record in the company of friends last week.

He’s won a few down the years, he will have you know.

KOP WANT IT MORE THAN UTD

PAUL INCE can hardly believe how the tables have turned for his two former clubs.

The two-time Premier League winner at Manchester United was transformed into a serial champ during his six-year spell under the guidance of Sir Alex Ferguson.

THEY THINK IT’S PAUL OVER

PAUL POGBA is odds on to leave Manchester United in January.

The £89million midfielder has struggled for form this season and has had a number of public bust ups with Jose Mourinho.

I’VE SCOTT MY EYES ON MAN U

SCOTT McTominay has angered fans by liking a social media post slating Manchester United’s “lazy” team.

The midfielder, 22, watched from the sidelines as Jose Mourinho’s men suffered a shock 2-1 defeat to Valencia in the Champions League last night.

UTD FIGHT KOP AND BLUES FOR PULISIC

MANCHESTER UNITED, Chelsea and Liverpool have reportedly been given the green light to bid for Christian Pulisic next month.

The Mirror claims the Borussia Dortmund star is a wanted man after losing his place in Lucien Favre’s starting XI to Jadon Sancho.

TRENT OUT OF UTD CLASH

TRENT ALEXANDER-ARNOLD is set to miss this weekend’s derby against Manchester United.

The Liverpool right-back, 20, picked up a foot injury in the win over Napoli this week and had the problem scanned.

GIANTS AWAIT

ALL four Premier League sides made it through to the knock-out stages of the Champions League – but are now waiting to discover who stands in their way of a quarter-final spot.

Manchester United, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City all safely negotiated their groups to ensure a place in Monday’s draw for the last-16.