With the January transfer window set to be opened in the next three months, several top clubs are laying down plans to land top quality players. Other clubs however are keen in ensuring that their top players who are out of contracts next summer sign extensions.
Premier league top club, Manchester United have been trying to make French midfielder,Paul Pogba sign a new contract. The player will see his contract with United expiring next summer and several top clubs have registered interested in the player.
With the uncertainty over the player's decision, United have identified potential replacement. According to reports,the red devils are impressed by Milan's Ivorian midfielder, Frank Kessie.
Latest news indicate that Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit of the player. This has come as good news to Manchester United fans who have been calling upon the club to sign a defensive midfielder. Kessie has extremely amazing capabilities in the defensive midfield and will solve most of United's midfield leak.
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