Manchester United priority this January transfer window, which closes at midnight today was to offload fringe players as the scout for summer signings. Manchester United are currently 2nd in the Premier League with 40 points hence Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjear claimed to be confortable with the current players performance. Manchester United are hot on heels of Sevilla £60 Million rated centre-back Jules Kounde & Solskjear has made the 22 year old frenchman his first summer transfer choice according to the Mirror. Veteran Spanish & Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos is ready to quit Los Blancos & is targeting a move to Manchester United on the summer as he does not fancy PSG according to the Sun & Mirror. Both Ramos & Kounde are keen to secure a move to Old Trafford on sumner hence pre-contract negottiations & agreements set to be open Next month according to Daily Express.
The red Devils have offloaded 8 players this January transfer window inorder to give enough football playtime. Manchester United have confirmed that Facundo Pellistri has joined Deportivo Alaves on loan for the rest of the season while Jesse Lingard signed for Westham on Loan last week after passing medicals. Manchester United have also mutually agreed to terminate both Marcos Rojo & Sergio Romero contracts who are set to join Bocas Junior or Estudiantes. Manchester United signed Amad Diallo at £37 Million from Atlanta which leaves Daniel James future at United uncertain. The red devils also released Odio Ighalo after his loan spell at United expired & sold Timothy Mensah to Bayer Leverkusen at £2 Million.
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