Real Madrid president is keen to overhaul his squad with links to number of players. Man United and French international player, Paul Pogba and Serie A star Milinkovic Savic are on the top list of the club. Manchester United are using this opportunity to bring in Uruguay midfielder who is unhappy at Santiago Benabeu.
The red devils have offered £62m for Federico Valverde which Real Madrid are reportedly considering after rejecting the first bid of £50m. The 23 year-old has not been getting a regular playing time which has made him to consider exit. The midfied of the La Liga giants is so compact and needs more competition between players.
The Catalan outlet have mentioned that club president, Florentino Perez, has been given the green light to sell if Man Utd move in with a suitable bid for the 23-year-old. It is stated that the Los Blancos are asking for a fee of 75 million euros (£62million).
The red devils interim manager Ralf Rangnick is keen to bolster the squad with a central midfielder being on top of the list. The red devils will be aiming for top four chase this season after poor start of the season. Valverde is as good as Declan Rice and could help the red devils to solve the midfied crisis.
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