2021 summer transfer window is set to be officially shut tonight, but several top moves are expected to be completed before the midnight deadline.
Manchester United have done some good transfer business, but they were understood to be after a top defensive midfielder before the summer transfer window is shut.
According to reliable journalist and transfer guru Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have missed out on the signing of Rennes Eduardo Cammavinga as he is set to join Real Madrid rather than move to Old Trafford.
Eduardo Cammavinga was on the transfer short list of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer who wanted to add him to his squad, but he chose Real Madrid.
Real Madrid are set to pay Rennes a fee of close to €30 million as the player agreed to a contract of five years till June 2026. The player is happy with the move to Real Madrid and has no regrets.
This is a big boost to Manchester United as Paul Pogba will stay put at the club and sign a new long term contract with them.
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