Manchester united are in the market looking for a center back to partner captain Harry Maguire. The English Premier League club have been looking for a defender who will help them keep clean sheets ans even win the league title.
United are on the heels of Atlanta center back Christian Romero who has been impressive for his national team. It's unfortunate for Manchester united after the Italian club set a 60 million euros price tag on the player.
Barcelona and Tottenham have been interested in the 23 year due Centre back. According to sports outlet Calciomercato, Atlanta won't the the player out with a cheaper price. You can remember that the English Club signed Amad Diallo from the same club last summer.
Romero signed for Atlanta from Juventus in 2020 on a season long loan, they however have an option to trigger a 16 million euros buy clause. This means they can buy him cheaply then make a huge profit if they sell the player.
The player scored 3 goals and added 3 assists in 44 appearances for Atlanta. The stats shows that he is on his way to become a world class defender in the future, that is why he has attracted interest from big clubs.
United have been making news as they are in strong pursuit of real Madrid center back Verane. The Red Devils have been strongly linked with the capture of the French international defender, it looks likely that he will make a move.
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