The Euros have presented an opportunity for big clubs across Europe to assess some of their transfer targets and see how they fare in a pressure situation. Some players have impressed while others have failed to grasp their opportunities.
Manchester United have been in the hunt for a right back who can provide competition for Aaron Wan Bissaka in order elevate him further. This tactic worked wonders for Luke Shaw after the arrival of Alex Telles.
After much deliberation among the United scouts, they have finally identified Italy and Napoli star Giovanni did Lorenzo as the ideal candidate for the right back slot.
Did Lorenzo has been superb for Italy helping them reach the final of the Euros. His tireless running at right back and sound defensive display have been noticed by United who feel like he could play in the Premier League.
Did Lorenzo's price tag is also enticing for United who had a bid rejected for Atletico Madrid England right back Kierran Trippier. Atleti wanted £40 million for a 31 year old while Di Lorenzo's price is set at £17 million and he is only 27 years old.
Did Lorenzo is a main stay at Napoli. He has scored 7 goals and 15 assists in 95 appearances. This might be the key ingredient to finally push Bissaka. At the national side he likes to remain back and double up as a third center back which makes it hard to break down the Italian. Watch out for him in the final.
Do you think he is the one to push Bissaka? Or Trippier is the better option?
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