This summer transfer window is meant for different surprise moves for players which was unexpected by most football fans.
Manchester United are going to do good business which will boost the squad and enable them challenge the top English Premier League teams for the title.
However, some of the target players for Manchester United are turning out to be more surprising.
According to reliable sources close to Chelsea, Manchester United are in the pursuit of forgotten Chelsea star as they see him as the perfect player to put competition on some of their stars.
The reports claim that Manchester United have joined in the race to sign Tammy Abraham from Chelsea and give him a lifeline at Old Trafford.
The young English striker has seen a reduced role at the Stamford Bridge since Thomas Tuchel was appointed which has left him with the option of seeking a way out.
Manchester United see him as the perfect player to put more competition on Edinson Cavani at Old Trafford.
A £40 million bid is enough to get the player at Old Trafford as Chelsea want to cash out on him.
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