Manchester United continue with their plan to build the best squad ahead of the next season. The red devils have already signed two players and they are linked with a number of more quality players. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer want to bring in a striker and reports from England via Daily Mail indicate that Daniel Levy Tottenham Hotspur chairman is demanding for a swap deal if Harry Kane is to join Man United.
Antony Martial and Donny Van De Beek are the target plus £20m which Man United are believed to be willing. The value of the three lion striker is worthy £150m.
Nuno Esiperito the new Tottenham Hotspur coach may release the 27 year-old if he is unhappy at the club. Manchester City have been monitoring the players situation but they have changed their mind which has given the red devils a total control of the deal.
"There is nothing in Diogo Dalot links to Real Madrid. Manchester United know nothing, Carlo Ancelotti knows nothing, Real Madrid know nothing. I don't know where the rumour came from." Man United. Varane has been linked to Old Trafford and rumours of swap deals have been going around.
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