End Of The Road For Harry Maguire And Lindelof As Manchester United Move For Argentine Centre Back
By Annnjeri | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
Manchester united have seen their title bid on the verge of collapsing and this has been attributed to their shambolic defending by their central defenders.
The manager's preffered pairing of Victor Lindelof and Harry Maguire has been under scrutiny for quite a while as they tend to make the odd error when they are least expected to.
The daily mail now reports that the Old Trafford based club have earmarked Argentine defender Facundo Medina as the man to shore up their shaky defence.
The Lens defender has seen his stock rise in tremendously the transfer market in recent weeks since moving from his hometown side Talleres a few months ago.
A left footer who is a decent passer of the ball and an aggressive tackler, Facundo is adept of slotting in at left back and his strong performances mean united have company in Italian giants AC Milan for the player's signature.
It is alleged that the French side will demand atleast £11m for the 21 year old who united are thought to be very keen in bringing him to Old Trafford.
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