He could sign a three-year deal, giving United cover for when Edinson Cavani’s deal expires next summer, while still allowing big money to spend on a first choice option in 2022.
He missed out on the Premier League Golden Boot by just a solitary goal. However, his appearances and goal went down this season.
United can either sign Sancho before the tournament, a window of just 11 days now, or after England’s exit.
Ings made 9 fewer appearances and scored 12 times. The former Liverpool striker would surely create a number of headlines if he was to join their rivals in Manchester. However, it is a move that would make sense despite Edinson Cavani renewing his deal by another deal.
Manchester United are keen on taking advantage of this situation and sign the forward for a cut-price. Their interest in the Southampton star might seem a bit surprising, give
Ings has scored 34 Premier League goals in the past two seasons. That is just seven fewer than Harry Kane, who could cost an extra £100 million.
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