Man United are reportedly internally considering a potential player plus cash swap deal to sign PSG star Kylian Mbappe this summer transfer window. PSG are reportedly interested in shock £50 Million move to sign Harry Maguire and the Red Devils could take full advantage of their interest to propose a player plus cash swap deal. Man United also fear they will not be able to sell Harry Maguire this summer due to his £200K a week wages hence a player plus cash swap deal could be viable.
Man United have reportedly shortlisted trio Napoli forward Victor Osimhen, Benfica star Goncalo Ramos and Ajax star Mohamed Kudus as potential summer signings as they look forward to bolster their attack.
Man United are reportedly looking for cheap midfield alternatives to Jude Bellingham and have identified 24 years old Chelsea star Mason Mount as potential summer signing despite strong interest from Liverpool, who could rival for the signature of £50 Million rated English star.
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