As the English Premier league draws to finishing, many clubs anticipating to go into the market and buy players who will help them to up their game accordingly over the summer transfer window. This is not different from the Epl club Manchester United who have eyed on Erling Haaland from Borrusia Dortmund and Harry Kane from Tottenham Hot spurs.
Ferdinand has suggested that Man United should sign Dominic Calvert Lewin, who has scored 19 goals in 32 appearances for the Toffees this season, as source says that he is approximately eighty million euros(£80m).
Former England defender Rio Ferdinand has urged Manchester United to sign Everton forward Dominic Calvert-Lewin if they missed out on Erling Haaland or Harry Kane. In his own word he has said that he has been watching this player for quite some times and he might be a great deal if he landed on the Red devils side to finish the chances being created by Pogba, Greenwood and Fernandes.
Ole is also looking forward for talks to sign Edison Cavani on a permanent deal after an impressing performance against Spurs in the weekend.
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