The summer transfer window keeps getting heated as time goes for premier League side Manchester United, this is after rivals Arsenal Leapfroged them in submitting an improved bid to the highly linked Ajax star.Despite being the first team to reveal their interest on highly talented Ajax's defence duos Jurrien Timber and Lisandro Martinez, Manchester United are now likely to miss out on the chance for signing Lisandro Martinez this is after Arsenal made some progress in improving the early on rejected bid (€30 m) to € 40 million, however, Ajax are still demanding for € 10 m on top of that, but this still means that they are more serious for this deal than the Red devils.
According to sports specialist Fabrizio Romano, Arsenal have submitted a new bid for Lisandro Martinez with add-on but as always Ajax are demanding for € 50 million.With Ajax still not willing to let the star defender leave, the are still possibilities that Arteta and Edu will do everything in their power to make the deal materialize as long as they are sure of Lisandro's worth and what they want next season.
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