Manchester United squad hold first training session in Los Angeles

Manchester United squad hold first training session in Los Angeles

Manchester United target Ivan Perisic has ruled out leaving Inter Milan this summer.

Jose Mourinho has returned to the Lowry Hotel after finishing his stint as a pundit on Russian television during the World Cup.

Perisic scored in Croatia's 4-2 loss to France in the World Cup final in Russian Federation last weekend but the winger and his team-mates returned to their country as heroes following their incredible run.

But now The Sun report that Manchester United are willing to spend £92million on signing Perisic and Rebic.

The 19-year-old joined the English giants in 2014 from Hutchison Vale Boys Club was an unused substitute in last season's FA Cup win at Huddersfield after French World Cup victor Paul Pogba fell ill.

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The Italians would surely demand big money for the World Cup star, as would Rebic's current club, Eintracht Frankfurt.

Luke Shaw is prepared to walk away from Manchester United on a free transfer next summer if his first-team prospects at Old Trafford do not improve, sources have told ESPN FC.

The Red Devils have already made three signings this summer, with the arrival of full-back Diogo Dalot, midfielder Fred and veteran goalkeeper Lee Grant.

However, Sky Sports News understands that Alexis Sanchez was unable to travel to the United States with the squad due to a visa issue.

The Chilean striker, 29, accepted a 16-month suspended jail sentence in February for tax fraud in Spain.

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