It’s that time of the year again for the transfer business. Thus, we bring to you everything you need to know about Manchester United’s summer transfer.
United would be looking to have a significant transfer campaign as they need to take another step forward to finally challenging for the Premier League and Champions League titles.
INs This Summer
According to The Athletic, Kane is ‘attracted’ to the idea of turning the Red Devils into title challengers but a move to Manchester City remains the Englishman’s priority as he looks to work under Pep Guardiola.
As per a respected German outlet Sport1, Man United are ‘still in pole position’ to sign Sancho from Borussia Dortmund in the summer transfer window. The Red Devils are reportedly willing to spend £75 million on the Englishman.
Solskjaer is reportedly ‘in touch’ with Cristiano Ronaldo over a potential summer move to Old Trafford, as per a report from The Athletic. The Portuguese could leave Juventus if the Old Lady fail to qualify for the Champions League.
According to Fabrizio Romano, the Real Madrid man has emerged as the no.1 center-back target and ‘main name’ on Man United’s list of potential defenders to sign this summer.
OUTs This Summer
As per Gazzetta dello Sport, the prospect of signing Matic is ‘being liked more and more’ by Jose Mourinho and his new club AS Roma.
David Moyes has insisted that Lingard’s proposed move to West Ham is far from being completed, stating that turning the Englishman’s loan agreement into a permanent one could be ‘unrealistic’.
Ole has confirmed that United will speak to Mata at the end of the season when his current contract expires, adding that the Spaniard will be in charge of his own future.
As per Sky Sports, a string of top European clubs has been put on an alert following the Man United boss’ decision to bench Henderson for David de Gea.
Donny van de Beek
The Dutchman is another Man United player to be linked with Roma: as per Calciomercato, €30 million could be enough to make a deal happen. However, sources in England believe that there’s no desire to sell Van de Beek just yet.