Machester United boss Oleguna Solkjear has not made any significant additions to his squad but is set to complete some transfers in the coming weeks. Early June reports emerged that Manchester United were linked with move for Barca youngster Anzu Fati but Barcelona demanded more money.
Reports coming in from England claim that Manchester United are preparing to bid £153m for the talented youngster. Manchester United have been in negotiations with Barcelona over the transfer but in coming weeks the deal might be completed.
Fati scored 8 times in his 29 first team appearances last season and is comfortable playing anywhere across the front three so he’d give Solskjaer another top class option in the final third if he moved to Old Trafford.
Manchester United have been interested in signing Jadon Sancho from Borrusia Dortmund but it seems Dortmund is not ready to release the player this summer . Dortmund have been demanding for £120m which Machester United are terming as a lot.
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