The problem with midfielder Paul Pogba’s current situation at Manchester United is that until he signs a fresh contract, there will be speculations about his long-term future.

Furthermore, the Red Devils are having to cover backs in the process, since his exit would leave a big hole that needs filling.

One star who has been touted as potentially being the right player for the job in the past is Ryan Gravenberch.

The young Ajax midfielder has impressed at de Joden since making his debut, and while the Dutchman had a few problems to address in his game, the ace has done so and is now indispensable to the Eredivisie giants.

That’s why they’re wanting to tie him down to a new deal, making concrete move by contacting super-agent Mino Raiola.

SoccerNews cover this, relaying reports from De Telegraaf about extension, before adding what seems to be their own information.

They state that Ryan is being closely followed by almost every elite team in Europe, before naming three sides who are actively watching him: the Red Devils, Juventus and Liverpool.

Elsewhere, Manchester United are prepared to go head-to-head with both Newcastle United and Arsenal in the battle to sign England and Everton striker Dominic Calvert-Lewin.