After several weeks of him dominating the headlines, Atletico Madrid star midfielder and Spanish international, Saul Niguez is now said to be closing in on a sensational transfer move to the Premier League in a stunning development.
According to the latest reports from major Spanish outlet, AS, the 25 year old midfielder is close to leaving the Wanda Metropolitano on a season-long loan, and that his potential destination is nowhere but the English Premier League with giant duo, Manchester United as well as Thomas Tuchel's Side, Chelsea currently in a battle to secure his signature.
Moreover, the reports suggest that despite the Blues showing more interest on the star midfielder from the start, it is the Red Devils who are more likely to win the player's signature after entering the race in the past few hours, with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to improve his defensive midfield after the struggle against Southampton over the weekend and hence, it now remains to be seen how things will turn out in the coming hours.
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