Jadon Sancho is expected to join the team and participate in his first training with Manchester United after completing his £72 million move from Borusia Dortmund.
Transfer guru and reliable journalist Fabrizio Romano reported that Manchester United are set to move in for a right back after sorting out Diogo Dalot situation at the club.
According to the latest reports from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have received a major boost in their chase for Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid.
The reporter stated that Atletico Madrid have identified River Plate's Gonzalo Montiel as the suitable option to the right back position if Trippier leave for Manchester United.
However, for any possible deal to happen, Manchester United are required to pay the full release clause of €40 million for them to be able to sign Kieran Trippier.
Manchester United and the player are determined to see a deal this summer transfer window which is now more likely.
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