Manchester United star Harry Maguire has failed to meet the fans' expectations at Old Trafford with his performance being awful since the start of this season.And manager Ralf Rangnick has found a star that could replace the English man at Old Trafford and help in the solving of problems in Manchester United backline which has lead to conceding of many goals. Rangnick is keen on landing Bayern Munich star and Germany defender Niklas Sule.
Sule is targeted also by Chelsea and their rivals Tottenham. Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel wants new bodies to help Thiago Silva in defense come next season as the contracts of both Cesar Azpilicueta, Antonio Rudiger and Andreas Christensen will run out at the end of the season.
Antonio Conte is not safe with his defense as they are error prone and won't help the team in making great impact in English football and therefore, he eyes Sule as a defender who will help the team in competing for titles in England.
And ours is to wait and see who will win the race for the German star as both clubs determined to get his signature.
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