The odds of Adama Traore joining Manchester United are apparently high after it was reported that Manchester United scouts were keeping close tabs on the attacker. Adama Traore has attracted many suitor clubs in recent years but none has ever taken the initiative to contact Wolves over a potential transfer. Reports have shown Adama Traore is fancying leaving the club at the end of the season if an ambitious club shows interest in signing him.
Manchester United are currently blessed with a talented squad and therefore it will be really difficult for Traore to get playing time if he joins the Red Devils. Chelsea had also shown interest in signing him but from the look of things, the focus has shifted to younger players who are in the Academy set up of the club. Juventus had also been linked with the player but with the current financial troubles, it is unlikely he will be signed in the summer.
Reports from Argentina have suggested that Boca Juniors are now increasingly interested in snatching Edinson Cavani in January following the signing of Cristiano Ronaldo who has benched the Uruguayan striker. Boca Juniors President Maximo Alessio said in a recent press conference that plans are underway to strengthen the team and that Edinson Cavani has been considered as the club’s priority transfer target in January.
“The fans want Cavani now more than ever particularly now that Manchester United have reunited with Ronaldo. We will do whatever we can in January to sign the 32-year-old but it is not guaranteed that we will succeed in doing so. But we will try all the same. He promised to join us at the end of the season before Ronaldo was signed, but the situation at Manchester United has been agonizingly disadvantageous to him and we are more than willing to help him play football again.”
According to Forbes, Cristiano Ronaldo is the most paid footballer in the world, surpassing Lionel Messi. Forbes recently did an audit and found out that in addition to being paid a hefty salary by Manchester United, Ronaldo earns a fortune from endorsements deals and his CR7 brand. Cristiano Ronaldo also owns overseas businesses that generate millions of cash every month to his bank account.
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