Manchester United’s confident Christian Ericsson will pick him at Brentford

Despite Brentford’s instructions, Manchester United are confident Christian Eriksen will move to Old Trafford so they can still pick him up, sources told ESPN.

Ericsson has verbally agreed to a three-year deal with United, but was not part of the squad that left for a tour of Thailand and Australia on Friday.

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Brentford manager Thomas Frank has also suggested that the midfielder did not give up hope of signing him again after a successful spell last season, but sources told ESPN that Ericsson has made up his mind.

Denmark International will soon undergo a medical examination and could join United in Melbourne.

Meanwhile, United’s interest in striker Brian Broby is not a sign that his role over Cristiano Ronaldo has softened, sources told ESPN.

Eric Ten Haag is a fan of Broby as he has scored seven goals in 13 games on loan to Ajax and although Ten Haag is considering bringing him to United, there is a growing feeling that he is ready to move to Old Trafford forever. Dutch side from RB Leipzig.

Sources told ESPN that even if Broby’s move is successful, the club will insist on its role that Ronaldo is not for sale.

Portugal’s forward will set out this summer to find Champions League football.

He has not yet returned to training and was not part of the team that arrived in Bangkok on Saturday to deal with “family issues”.

Sources told ESPN that the 37-year-old has no deadline to rejoin the group.

While United are pursuing deals for Frankie de Jong and Lisandro Martinez, club officials have been approached by representatives of Polo Diabala about the possibility of signing a free transfer to Argentina.

Ten-Hag has left for Thailand after Feyenoord’s left tire beat Malaysia by .912.9 million.

Although Phil Jones and Brandon Williams are behind, Malaysia are in the 31-man squad for the tour.

Williams has recovered from injury but could rejoin the team in Australia, while Jones will follow a specialist precision schedule at Carrington.

Shola Shoretier and Alvaro Fernandes were with the under-21 players before moving to potential debt before the new season.

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