Manchester United To Battle Barcelona, Real Madrid And Man City For Sevilla Defender
By Footballvibes | self meida writer
Published 21 days ago - 4 views
Manchester United, Real Madrid, Barcelona, PSG and Manchester City are all interested in Sevilla centre-back Jules Koundé. Sevilla expect his €80m release clause to be triggered this summer. The decision that the player will make is still unknown. [@diarioas]
Sevilla rejected Manchester City offer in region of €55m for Jules Koundé last summer. Worth significantly more than that now. Not too many central defenders better in world football right now, and only aged 22.
Jules Kounde is a one man defence. What a player he is, having an incredible game against Barca. Has to be the CB priority in my view. Sven Botman a close 2nd.
Manchester United have troubles in defence. Harry Maguire seems to be set in his position. Therefore he needs a partner to compliment him. Jules Kounde has exceptional speed, good reading of the game, strong in the air and with potential to grow. He is the perfect candidate.
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