Manchester United are very close to completing their second signing for the summer despite being slow in the transfer market.
After successfully adding Feyenoord ace Tyrell Malacia to their defense line, the premier league all time champions are standing at a pole position to snatch Denmark playmaker Christian Eriksen who has reportedly showed his willingness to join the club.
Even after finishing the signing of the aforementioned gems, it is true to say that other faces must be added to the line up to ensure a good start next season.
On his shopping list, the new manager has been very clear on his willingness to play with Dutch internationals or players from that part of Europe.
However, Manchester United are not alone in the race to sign Lisandro Martinez who can be dubbed a "utility player" following his ability to play both in any part of the defense line and as central defender.
Arsenal are also huge admirers of the Argentine and had already submitted a bid that was rejected by the Amsterdam based club insisting that their talisman is not for sale.Reports have also revealed that Manchester United also submitted a bid higher than Arsenal's.
And despite the fact that the club has remained adamant that the star is not for sale, information given by the Mirror concerning Lisandro's future can give Manchester united family a reason to smile.
According to news outlet, the 24-year old who had reportedly told his employer to let him leave this summer tabled the same request on Monday.
And due to the fact the United are seen as the favourites to win this race, chances that Lisandro could join them if Ajax allows him to leave is very high.
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