We're almost half-way through the January transfer window and the Manchester United rumours are continuing...
The Red Devils, who were beaten on home soil at the hands of top-four rivals Southampton this past weekend have been linked with a whole host of players in the last few days, while a number of players have even been rumoured to be heading for the Old Trafford exit gates.
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It has seemingly been a mixed day for fans of the Red Devils, and here are the biggest rumours of January 15...
Mixed news from the Bundesliga
Borussia Dortmund have handed Manchester United a major boost in their pursuit of attacking talent Marco Reus. The club's chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke has admitted that the German international could move away from the club in the near future.
United, of course, already have an array of attacking talent at the club, but Reus may well be a player that Louis van Gaal fancies bringing to England.
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Thomas Muller, meanwhile, has been linked with a huge £45 million move to United, however reports today have suggested that Bayern Munich have rejected the monster offer.
It's uncertain as to whether the United regime will step up their interest in the player anytime soon.
On their way out
Things just haven't gone to plan for young Adnan Januzaj this season, and it now appears that he could be heading to Portuguese outfit Porto.
In fact, there are a number of teams interested in his signature, with the likes of Juventus and PSG also monitoring his situation at the Theatre of Dreams. If the youngster does depart United in this window, then expect him to only leave on a temporary basis.
Anders Lindegaard, on the other hand, could be heading out of the Old Trafford exit gates on a permanent basis. It has been suggested that the player's advisors are currently in talks with Manchester United over securing a move away from the club.
United, of course, landed ex-Barcelona 'keeper Victor Valdes last weeks, so it's not surprising that the club's Danish stopper is looking to get out sooner rather than later.