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MAN UTD failed to pick up a third straight Premier League win as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Everton at Old Trafford.
Mason Greenwood salvaged a point, but it has been revealed that he's been offered a 'life-changing' amount of money to leave United.
Meanwhile, Erling Haaland has been pictured SIGNING a Man Utd kit – does this mean he is joining?
And Jadon Sancho looks closer to leaving Borussia Dortmund as the German club have their eye on his replacement.
Follow all the latest updates and transfer gossip from Old Trafford below…
MANCHESTER UNITED target Jadon Sancho has been dealt with an injury scare after he limped off in obvious pain in the 3-3 draw with RB Leipzig.
The Borussia Dortmund sensation was the star of the show again and created a piece of Bundesliga history when he bagged his side's third of the evening.
His strike meant the 19-year-old became the youngest player in the league's history to reach 22 goals.
But his night took a turn for the worse when he was forced to come off on 71 minutes with injury.
Sancho lay on the floor in pain before hobbling off in obvious discomfort.
ERLING BRAUT HAALAND reportedly wants a huge wage increase to make his next move.
The striker has emerged as a top target for the Reds after scoring 28 goals in 22 games for Red Bull Salzburg.
Despite pocketing €1m (£850,000) at the moment, Bild report he is demanding €8m (£6.8m).
STAT ATTACK ahead of the clash against Colchester.
- Manchester United have only played Colchester twice – and won both times.
- Red Devils have progressed from all 10 of their previous League Cup matches against fourth-tier opposition.
- Colchester are looking to become the first English side from outside of top three tiers to win away Manchester United since 1907.
- It is Colchester's first appearance in the quarter-finals since 1974/75.
MANCHESTER UNITED will not underestimate League Two side Colchester tonight.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told MUTV: “When you put that Manchester United shirt on, complacency should be in your head.
“And when there is a semi-final and a potential final there at stake, of course you have got to go out there and start brightly, start quickly, get your goals and then hopefully get through.”
EXCLUSIVE: AARON WAN-BISSAKA comes up against a childhood pal on Wednesday who will be hoping to turn Old Trafford into Colchester’s winter wonderland.
Courtney Senior grew up three minutes away from Wan-Bissaka in New Addington, South London.
The pair used to play on the green opposite the council house where the Manchester United star lived as a kid.
Senior, 22, told SunSport: “We’re in the same friendship group. He’s moved to Manchester now so I don’t see him as much. But when he’s down in London we’ll meet up
“Even though he’s my friend, I’m still inspired by him.
“Even with the money and all that, he’s still the same person. He’s still humble.
“I saw him the day after the Manchester derby because we went to Winter Wonderland for our Christmas do and the Man Utd boys were there.
“It’ll be good to be back on the pitch against him. We were on the same team before but we’re rivals now!”
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