Man Utd transfer news LIVE: Wout Weghorst deal, Barcelona open for Fati sale and Torres sale, latest from De Jong

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Wout Weghorst could be in the bag as United did in the hat, for tonight’s Carabao Cup semi-final draw.

Old Trafford attacking legend Andy Cole and Holland icon Wesley Sneijder are among the pundits who openly doubt Weghorst’s value to the Red Devils.

But the 30-year-old Burnley leader is still poised to swap his loan from Besiktas for United until the summer.

Meanwhile, fans hailed Marcus Rashford as currently the equal of any striker in the world after the Red Devils sank Charlton 3-0 in last night’s quarter-final.

The England ace scored twice as a substitute, in the 90th minute and in stoppage time, after Antony’s brilliant first half.

Social media was abuzz with supporters praising the way Rashford has improved since Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure, including scoring seven goals in the last six games.

Boss Erik ten Hag’s only complaint from last night was that United didn’t knock Addicks out of League One any quicker.

And he stated that it was always his “plan” to bring in the bigwigs Rashford, Casemiro and Christian Eriksen.

The Dutchman said: “I think we should have finished it earlier, but the goal was to get to the semi-finals, so congratulations to the team.”

He called debutant Facundo Pellistri “really lively” while fans suggested the Uruguayan was a better choice than the man he replaced, Anthony Elanga.

Finally, it appears Unted and Arsenal have balked at a loan bidding war for Joao Felix.

That leaves the Atl├ętico Madrid attacker poised to join Chelsea for the rest of the season.