For the first time Manchester United is flexing it's financial muscles in the transfer market. For years the club has always acted timid when it comes to transfers by negotiating prices for longer than it is supposed and eventually losing potential players to their rivals.
However, this time round United are not messing around. It is business unusual at Old Trafford. A few days after swiftly concluding the signing of England exciting winger Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund, the club is set to beat French heavyweights PSG to the signing of Rennes midfielder Eduardo Camavinga.
The highly rated youngster is regarded as the next French N'golo Kante by his defensive display and never ending energy levels. PSG were ahead in the pursuit of Camavinga but United, who were not keen on his move initially, have decided to begin talks with the player.
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed this news in his Twitter account. United have managed to negotiate a lower price for the player. Rennes had initially quoted an £80 million on the player but United are sure they can land him for only £30 million. If United can get him then they will have a young player who has skills like Pogba but is good defensively like Kante.
What do you think? Are United finally doing the right things in the transfer market?
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