Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms verbally with Villareal defender Pau Torres on a deal allegedly until June 2027. Man United are in pole position to sign Torres as they are the most intrested club in Pau race and are willing to offer upto €50 Million for him. Villareak need to sell some players after failing to qualify for UEFA Champions League & Erik Ten Hag wants a ball-playing defender hence Torres fits into his plans.
Manchester United are the only team pushing strongest to land the Spaniard centre-back and Villareal will not ask for Pau Torres €65 Million release clause as they do not want to break the negotiations over €15 Million difference. Man United & Villareal representatives have been negotiating over Pau Torres for weeks with deal set to be completed as the Spanish outfits are willing to accept atleast €50 Million for Pau Torres.
Man United New Boss Erik Ten Hag met some of Man United staff in an introductory dinner ahead of the pre-season preparation with the 52 year old Netherlands Technician keen to win titles next season.
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