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Manchester United: David Ornstein drops quadruple contract update

Manchester United: David Ornstein drops quadruple contract update - Manchester United News

Manchester United are continuing to work on new deals for Marcus Rashford, David De Gea, Luke Shaw and Diogo Dalot, journalist David Ornstein reports.

The Lowdown: United firing on all cylinders

The Red Devils continued their excellent current form on Sunday afternoon, picking up a 3-0 victory at home to Leicester City in the Premier League.

This is a United side that is firing on all cylinders, with so many players in good form and Erik ten Hag bringing a feel-good factor back to Old Trafford.

There are numerous individuals whose contracts are running down however, and a much-needed update has now emerged…

The Latest: Foursome could sign new deals

Taking to Twitter, the reliable Ornstein from The Athletic dropped some key news regarding Rashford, De Gea, Shaw and Dalot’s futures:

“Marcus Rashford contract situation unaffected by Man Utd ownership. Initial talks have begun + more coming as #MUFC aim to give 25yo new long-term deal. Also advancing on De Gea, Shaw & Dalot. Contracts/summer transfers already budgeted.”

The Verdict: All key players moving forward

This is great news regarding United, with retaining important players as crucial as the club signing new signings during the summer transfer window.

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Nailing down Rashford’s future is particularly vital, considering the 25-year-old is in the form of life – he now has 14 league goals this season – and it is encouraging that the takeover talk isn’t affecting matters.

Meanwhile, De Gea has returned to top form this season, starting all 24 league matches, and Shaw has nailed down the left-back spot, averaging 1.4 aerial duel wins per game.

At just 23, Dalot is also a long-term prospect who is superior to Aaron Wan-Bissaka, when fit – he has 2.1 tackles and 1.4 interceptions per match, compared to his teammate’s 1.9 and 1.3 – so extending his stay beyond 2024 is also of the utmost importance.

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