Man United Board In Agreement Over Signing Of £70m Rated Defender
By BSportNews | self meida writer
Published 13 days ago - 63 views
Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to bolister his defence line following criticisms and regular mistakes done by United defence duo.
Harry Maguire's partnership with Victor Lindelof seems to shaky and therefore Solskjaer is looking for a potential Signing to partner the England skipper.
According to the report, Manchester United are ‘willing to offer up to €70m’ for the central defender Jules Kounde from Sevilla though there's tight competition from Barcelona and Real Madrid.
These figures are difficult for Real Madrid to reach, especially if they offer a new deal to Sergio Ramos. Los Blancos would be willing to offer Isco or Mariano Díaz to lower the Frenchman’s price tag, in case Raphaël Varane, who is wanted by the Old Trafford club, is sold in the summer.
United board are willing to pay £70m despite release clause being around £90m. There are chances that a summer move might favour United considering that Bayern Munich have already terms over signing of United's targed Dayot Upamecano.
Lastly in your opinion, Do you think Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should splash £90m to have Jules Kounde at Old Trafford?
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