The 2021/22 Premier League season is finally over and hence, clubs are now perusing the transfer market to secure new signings in preparation for next season with Manchester United already being linked with a potential swoop for Villarreal star center-back Pau Torres.
According to Spanish Major Outlet, Marca (via @mufcMPB), the Red Devils are looking to secure the signature of Torres as soon as possible and are ready to splash upto €50million inorder to complete the transfer with new manager, Erik ten Hag a keen admirer of the Spanish international who possesses the ability to play from the back.
Moreover, the Red half of Manchester are said to be the only club who are seriously making moves on the 24 year old, putting them at a better chance of completing the transfer should they put in an official bid.
In the meantime, Ajax star center-back, Jurrien Timber is understood to be close to joining the 20times Premier League winners with multiple reports suggesting that United are in advanced negotiations with the Eredivise side regarding the player but whether a move for Torres would affect the deal remains to be seen.
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