Man Utd Transfer News: Draxler swoop claim, Adam tips Tierney, Ibrahimovic to help Lukaku

Arsenal are poised to submit a bid to sign Julian Draxler from Paris St-Germain – but face competition from Manchester United.

PSG have made the Germany international available for transfer following Neymar’s arrival.

The Brazilian superstar’s £200m switch from Barcelona has seen him displace Draxler at left-wing.

Barcelona have apparently turned down the chance to sign Draxler after losing Neymar to PSG.

But TransferMarketWeb reckon United, Arsenal and Liverpool are considering Draxler as a last-minute signing.

“PSG star Julian Draxler is wanted by Man Utd”

Kieran Tierney has been tipped to join one of the Premier League’s elite by compatriot Charlie Adam.

Celtic’s 20-year-old left-back has made a big name for himself already.

And Adam reckons Old Trafford could be a potential destination.

He told the Daily Record: “After I’d watched Tierney a couple of times I spoke to the people at Stoke about going for him. But unfortunately the figures being mentioned are too big – even for a club like us.

“If you’re talking between £20-25m for a left-back, that’s a lot of money. But I hear people from English clubs talking about him.

“He is the next one who could go to a Premier League club and play regularly. He could play for a Liverpool, Chelsea, Arsenal or Manchester United without a doubt.”

Romelu Lukaku will reap the rewards of Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s return to United.

That is according to former Premier League boss Alan Pardew.

“Romelu Lukaku is the man,” Pardew wrote in his Daily Mail column.

“He looks like Manchester United’s No 1 striker, he plays like Manchester United’s No 1 striker. But he needs Zlatan Ibrahimovic to teach him a few old tricks.

“If United announce that Zlatan has signed on again later this week, it should be a relief for Lukaku.

“They could play together, but also it could take the weight off his shoulders. He will tire in what could be a long campaign and Zlatan can show him how he can lead the line.”