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  • Time Cook tires for out Sponsors of sky sports news Okay, so they can't down to 11 o'clock is on.

  • Let's start with this man here at Manchester United Are gonna so shot one of the striker.

  • But with the clock ticking down, what is happening?

  • James Cooper.

  • Is that all trappers, you see?

  • So where do we stand with this, James?

  • Well, Vicky, the lights are on, but you can see And there are people at home trying to do a deal.

  • They're trying to get a striker in, if they can, I think is the ours weighing on?

  • As we get close to that deadline, I think the chances of getting Josh King from born with a receding almost by the minute.

  • I think there are a couple of reasons without anything born with making headway and getting in some sort replacement that might unlock the deal equally.

  • I think Manchester United looking for a short term loan to take me to the end of the season.

  • I think with the problems that border have got the foot of the Premier League.

  • I think they need all the help they can get on.

  • Wouldn't be interested in the short term loan, which gives and no money to go out and buy a replacement, so I can't see that really happening.

  • A lot would have to change for that one to be unlocked for Manchester United together.

  • Play that only gonna sell.

  • Shark has targeted I'm wanted on appreciated having worked alongside him.

  • But one name which is gathering momentum even the last hour, is audience Garlow, the former Watford striker.

  • Now, if I tell you that Manchester United a link to hundreds of players in a window, sometimes the reaction from people connected to the club is to laugh it off.

  • Sometimes it is to deny it and just shut it down immediately.

  • A dime.

  • Bigelow was one of the players that I was told wasn't of interest to Manchester United last week.

  • I think things have changed within the space of three or four days.

  • I think a 30 years old at six foot two is someone who score goals in the Premier League, albeit now he's plying his trade in China with Manchester night having a two week break after the game against Walls tomorrow.

  • It gives them a chance to get someone like that in, get them integrated and get them ready for their next game in the Premier League, which will be a game against Chelsea's to, say a fortnight from this weekend.

  • So I'm not saying it's gonna happen.

  • I think there is certainly some traction on this.

  • I'm not being told it's being shut down right now.

  • I'm going to see a lot of people are speaking about audio.

  • Negar Lo and I think you know it's a deal that Manchester United could do.

  • I don't think the wages will be a problem.

  • Yes, they be substantial.

  • But with the Chinese Super League shut down at the moment and him not playing any football on on preseason a two week window until Manchester United are back in action, you can see how it might be logical and you could see with what he did for what, for them, the Premier League, that he might be a different option toe Laguna Salt Sha has on a deal that could be done.

  • Yeah, absolutely.

  • James Cooper, thank you very much from Old Trafford.

  • So that's the match the United angle.

  • We conjoined Paul Gillmor, whose that taught them for a development on this story that pull What have you got?

  • Vicky?

  • This is interesting that we're being told that Spurs today made a lid attempt to get Audio Gigolo, the former Watford striker, out Shanghai on a six month long deal.

  • No, we understand this move will not happen.

  • He will not be a top 10 player because if I stress the word, if he does move, we're being told that he will go elsewhere.

  • And that's the key thing in all of this.

  • So Tottenham tried to get him on a six month long deal.

  • But we're being told that if Gallo does leave China, he will go elsewhere.

  • Spurs, it means, are increasingly unlikely to sign a striker but continue to explore the market on DDE.

  • What would have to be has to be said, limited options at this late stage, but they have always being looking for a striker.

  • But the Waves would put to me if they don't get that striker and we certainly know panic, they think they've got enough cover.

  • Was Steven Burg Viner, Stevie as Josie Marine, your likes to call them.

  • We find out that today, but Stevie Bird Vine can play wide and young men son as an option down the center.

  • So there's certainly no panic here are taught them.

  • They did look at a number of short term options in the striker department over the course off this window, namely Olivier Giroud.

  • They didn't get him because Chelsea couldn't find a replacement.

  • That was William Josie.

  • Spurs didn't follow up those initial talks because the deal didn't suit them.

  • Pay on Tak out a C Milan Spurs wanted alone.

  • But Milan wanted a permanent move, and he subsequently moved to Hertha Berlin on a permanent deal and, of course, Slimani as well.

  • But he ended up staying at Monica, warned Lung.

  • So it hasn't Bean for the want of trying to get a short term option in without latest news, and just to reiterate, they will not be signing order in a gala.

  • They did try to get him on a six month long deal, but if he does leave China at the key thing here is that he will go elsewhere.

  • How intriguing Paul Gillmor, Thank you very much near Warnaco's here.

  • Good evening, to you.

  • And of course, damage and carve a are always here, which is lovely, but you've got more on this story.

  • Is this right?

  • This is fast developing, Vicky, because we've just heard what James Cooper had to say from the Manchester United side on a few days ago, when I spoke to people close to audience Ighalo, they said that they'd spoken to Manchester United and there was no interest.

  • Now that there seems that there is a bit of interest from Manchester United, it might have even gone further than that as well.

  • Paul Gillmor is just has Bean on talking about the interest from Tottenham Hot Spur.

  • But the direction of travel that I'm getting from one source and it should be said, it's just one source is it's going towards the Manchester United end.

  • Like if we look at what happened with Josh King at born meth, Manchester United might have been interested in Audio Ngala earlier on in the window, and they switch their attentions to Josh King quite late in this window when they realized it can still happen.

  • Anything can happen as we're finding out now.

  • If the Josh King deal was not going to happen.

  • They had already made moves towards looking at audience Ighalo.

  • It looks like that one is back on the table again.

  • One source again, I must reiterate.

  • This has only come from one source has told me that a deal might have been agreed in principle now with Manchester United for a six month loan deal until the end of the season.

  • That would be perfect for Manchester United because the profile of player they're looking for is a short term deal to cover the injury for Marcus Rashford ish James Cooper was mentioning there and also someone who's got Premier League experience.

  • Audience.

  • Ighalo used to be at Watford.

  • That's the easy part of it.

  • The other bit of information that I've given is it is now a race against time.

  • What are we, less than four hours to go until this transfer deadline until the window is closed.

  • So where is body *** low at the moment?

  • AudioNet.

  • Guardo, I've been told, is in China.

  • He is pre season training with Shanghai Shenhua, his Chinese club.

  • Now there are doubts about when the Chinese Super League will restart, so I think it's in Shanghai Shen was interest, perhaps to get some of the burden of his wages offset by alone.

  • Move to, for example, Manchester United.

  • So people will then ask the other problems of the deal if they can get over the fact that would be a loan fee, the wages we know the sums that these players are earning out in China.

  • If they can get over those hurdles, that might be the easy part because the location is an issue.

  • The medical could be done there.

  • The medical might be done a tool.

  • But you know that if he's being playing, they will see that it's only for a six month loan deal on.

  • Also, there's the issue off the virus in China and how he can travel from China to the U.

  • K.

  • If they can get the the majority part of that deal done and registered while he's out there, then there's not that much of a rush to bring him here because, as James Cooper mentioned there, they play Wolverhampton Wondrous tomorrow at 5 30 and then I think there's a 16 day gap before they play Chelsea in the Premier League.

  • So as it stands and remember I must reiterate this.

  • This has just come from one source.

  • We got it, but But the direction of travel we're getting at the moment is a deal might have been agreed in principle between Manchester United and Shanghai Shenhua for the six month loan signing of the former.

  • What for?

  • Striker Audience Garland.

  • Okay, we're going to get your reaction.

  • Just a minute.

  • You've got some breaking news for you.

  • Yeah, I just got a message, actually.

  • Thistles regarding Jarrod Bowman has moved to West Ham United.

  • We know he's bean at West Ham today, having a medical trying to complete a move from whole city.

  • And I've just got a message from somebody involved in the deal on the message says Medical completed.

  • The player is on his way now to the London stadium to meet David Moyes.

  • So that would seem to suggest that he's passed his medical and that deal is almost done in the past couple of hours.

  • There had Bean fears that the deal may collapse over his personal terms.

  • They're being reports that he was asking for £80,000 a week.

  • West Ham.

  • We're willing to pay that, But they also wanted a clause inserted into his contract, saying that if they were relegated, his wages would be hard to £40,000 a week.

  • I don't think he was very keen to accept that clause in the contract, but it looks like that has a well being ironed out on.

  • One person involved in the deal is telling us that the medical is finished and he's on his way to the London stadium to meet David Moyes.

  • S o great news for West Ham supporters.

  • If that is completed, that deal will be worth up to £22 million.

  • He's arguably the best player in the championship this season.

  • Scored 16 times for whole City on West Ham.

  • Really do need some goals.

  • They really need somebody to fire them up with the table so they can stay in the Premier League.

  • All right.

  • Thanks Carvey, for that.

  • Look, Neil, I want to bring you in on the egg are no situation.

  • This is all kind of familiar territory, I guess.

  • Well, a hollow.

  • It was one that I tried to sign when I was a Cardiff on the similar situation of Chinese.

  • He was I think it was six figures his salary over £100,000 a week of something.

  • Lina Andi was his agent.

  • I mean, they tell you one thing, don't then another.

  • But it started off his age.

  • You wanted him bring him back to the Premier League, etcetera, etcetera on Bennett was just become the terms and everything at the end.

  • Photos me, Man United won't have that problem, will they?

  • You know they will agree the terms.

  • I'm not sure it.

  • I'm not sure it's the right to the right one, if I'm honest, not for a man united.

  • But I think what makes you say that?

  • I just think it's too up in the air.

  • Really.

  • I think I don't think he's being is consistent.

  • I'm not sure it's the right, the right type of player.

  • I think they've gone for the younger element at the minute, and I don't understand why they didn't go for Danny ings.

  • Suddenly, like Danny ings where 27 years of age, English noser and similar to a rash type of player way.

  • We're talking to Jamie about this Jimmy reading up, and he sort of said, You know, this kind of smacks a little bit of desperation into thinking you'd agree with that.

  • Well, I think he showed you the night without Rushford.

  • They're not Not the same, Andi, you know, they've got to bring somebody else in to try and offset that loss.

  • If you know if he is, if he is not available for a few weeks and who's available?

  • That was good enough to come into a man united team that you know.

  • They don't come flow enough off the screen door the anymore now.

  • So I think it is a little bit in desperation that but you know, I mean, I think the judge King was a sort of a last minute thought, but the Ali knows.

  • But I think just King would have been better than this for the way that the building cause.

  • I don't think it's the right way they're building.

  • I think you know, ASAC Urine and James people like that.

  • That's the way forward, because they're so far behind Man City Liverpool the two or 35 years behind them.

  • So I think they've got to bring the youngsters in an almost bring a baby like a Busby Babes team back into the squatting, get the fans beyond that way.

  • So gigolo for me wouldn't wouldn't fit that.

  • What is interesting is actually that three years ago.

  • I think when Louis Van, how's that?

  • Manchester United?

  • They try to sign Odion Ighalo and there was talk of them signing him for £35 million.

  • Van Gaal thought he was the play.

  • He was scoring so many goals at Watford.

  • He wanted him in in January because he thought his goals may have got might start it into the Champions League.

  • That move didn't happen.

  • United didn't qualify for the Champions League and I think man, how ended up losing his job.

  • So he's a player they've looked at before.

  • But as Neil says, it's very strange.

  • A few hours before the deadline closes to see a club biggest Manchester United scrabbling around trying to do deals to find strikers from all around the four hours away.

  • For hours from the end and you're talking about Chinese, it's gonna be such a difficult I don't think that's the starter told me.

  • Now I don't and does this kind of tell you where Manchester United erected the moment in terms of like you mentioned the city's in Liverpool you know, told you how much quality that was around at the moment for the top teams.

  • Unless you pay big money and your mind United really should be.

  • In that end, shouldn't they should be a, you know, paying the 30 £40 million out on DME or like they've done in the midfield player.

  • I think I think that's the future for them rather than anybody I know.

  • A short term, it will get another body in.

  • But I do think long term, they've got this sort of investment some more in the young, in the youngsters, really, rather than the 30 year old cover.

  • Would've sporting director have avoided this situation?

  • Do you feel, I mean, that is a good question.

  • A lot of people have been saying one of the issues with Manchester United is there's no real football experience at the top of the club.

  • The people who are running at the club, very successful bankers and accountants.

  • But they've never run football clubs before and you compare it to a situation for example, Arsenal where they have Ralph Stanley.

  • He used to be the football director of Barcelona.

  • They've also got a dude who used to be the director of the Brazilian national football team, and you see Sandler he using his contacts, getting players in from Spain.

  • You see, Eddie, you using his contacts, getting players in from Brazil.

  • So in a way, our son of God to sporting directors matches United don't have one.

  • Imagine it'd themselves have said for the past two years that they are looking at appointing a sporting director.

  • But for whatever reason, that hasn't happened.

  • And there are candidates out there.

  • For instance, Luis Campos at Leo's.

  • Somebody who's brought through players like Killian and back pay Bernardo Silver.

  • I'm sure he'd like the magic United job, but for whatever reason, that haven't appointed a football director yet.

  • And a lot of their supporters, I think that that is a problem.

  • That is something I need to look at doing.

  • Yeah, just before you carry on.

  • I've just been messaging.

  • No sword.

  • No one has seen him already.

  • James James Cooper, being on table 9 69 reports, loves it, Manchester Night reported.

  • James Cooper just been exchanging a few text with him on Day three.

  • Impression he is getting is that audience.

  • Garlow now is the only player that Manchester United seemed to be after.

  • It correlates with the fact that it could just be a race against time.

  • Now to get this one over the line.

  • Um, it seems now we can never say never that the Josh King deal looks very, very unlikely.

  • Now we're getting that from the Born within a CZ.

  • Well, there was There was even a impression I was getting that born meth might have even been in for body Negar lo if Josh King had gone to Manchester United.

  • That's unconfirmed at the moment, but it looks like because Manchester United wanted a short term loan deal.

  • Borman would rather have sold if they're gonna release Josh King because they want to get the money.

  • So with that one seemingly out of the equation now, it is now less than four hours and counting for Manchester United to try and conclude this deal for the Shanghai Shenhua striker.

  • I understand the born Miss Side can't you're not really.

  • I mean, that would be a fatal blow to anyhow, if they lost just King.

  • I mean, I know whatever the money situation is, you can't You can't get players that score goals now, so I'm pleased that he hasn't gone, even though he'll be disappointed because it's an opportunity.

  • When you see me trying to sign players like Garlow and Josh King, you surprised that I didn't try and get Olivier Giroud from Chelsea.

  • We know that Chelsea wants to sell him and he wants to leave to play more regularly.

  • Would he be somebody he would have fitted in it?

  • I don't think so.

  • Personally, I think Man United now the best they've played this season being when they defended on broken speed with your Ashford and you, James and Marshall and people like that on Jiro doesn't fit that bill.

  • They would be, you know, the defendant had built push them