MANCHESTER UNITED could be back in the hunt for Harry Kane, with the England captain reportedly considering LEAVING Tottenham.
And Jadon Sancho's move may be a step closer with Dortmund leading the race for Birmingham's Jude Bellingham.
Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old Trafford below…
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reckons visiting United fans will give Wayne Rooney a great reception at Pride Park tonight.
Solskjaer said: “He gave absolutely everything for this club and we all appreciate that.
“But any goal he scores against us will be chalked off his goal tally!
“He doesn't want to score too many of them.
“He's a threat – in and around the box, set plays – and of course this game Wayne will show what he can do and he wants to prove that there's still fight in an old dog.”
POGBA OUT OF DERBY
Paul Pogba will miss this match and the weekend clash with rivals Man City as the midfielder steps up his return from an ankle issue.
Solskjaer told the media: “Paul's still working with the physios outside.
“He won't be training with the first-team until next week, so then let's see how long that will take.
“But he'll need some time to train, to get his call it football fitness back.”
PASSION'S A GIVEN
Shay Given reckons Wayne Rooney will just enjoy the occasion when he returns to Old Trafford tonight.
The former Ireland and Newcastle keeper, who is now a goalkeeping coach with the Rams, said: “Wayne is one of those people who just loved playing football and loves scoring goals and I think he will.
“I’m sure he will have some respect for his old club, but in the heat of the moment…
“I never really understand players who don’t celebrate, because even when I played outfield and scored in training I would do a little knee slide, just because when the ball hits the back of the net it’s a special feeling.”
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has confirmed Daniel James is OUT for tonight's match against Derby, while Aaron Wan Bissaka is a doubt.
GATE IS OPEN
Gareth Southgate believes Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford's dedication will allow them to win their Euro 2020 fitness race for England.
The Three Lions boss said: “We've had really good updates right the way through and Harry and Marcus are exactly where we were expecting them to be.
“Both players will give themselves the best possible chance of being available, that's their mentality and that's their dedication to their sport.
“That's the only bit we can guarantee, what we can't guarantee is how that rehab will develop as it's stepped up and as it becomes more intense, but they are both on track from the information we were given at the very start.”
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