Tier-one reporter Fabrizio Romano has shared a really interesting update about Manchester United’s business in the winter window.
The Red Devils did not make any signings but ‘were offered the chance’ to sign Denis Zakaria, Julian Alvarez, and Boubacar Kamara, who was widely touted as a priority target.
Zakaria and Kamara are both defensive midfielders while Alvarez is a promising young forward, who eventually joined Manchester City.
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Romano understands that United opted against pursuing any of these deals to ensure there are enough funds for the summer window once a permanent manager is finalized.
That’s reportedly why the club did not include options to buy on Donny van de Beek’s loan to Everton and Anthony Martial’s to Sevilla.
Ralf Rangnick’s spell as the interim boss is believed to have impressed senior figures at Old Trafford but it appears the search for a new boss is very much on.