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Man United told to pay €60million to sign €15million Portuguese attacker

By Vick1014 | self meida writer
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Manchester United will be taking on Real Sociedad on Thursday, in a bid to contend for 2020/21 Europa League Competition.

Man United wants to bring in a new winger into their squad in the coming summer transfer window, as they were recently linked with a move for young talented Portuguese player.

However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team have been given greenlight to complete the signing of the Portuguese player, as his club are willing to receive €60million from any club interested in signing him.

Manchester United told to pay €60m to secure the services of Sporting Lisbon winger, according to reports.

The Portuguese starlet joined Sporting Lisbon in 2020, and his deal at the team is expected to terminate in 2025, however, Pedro Gonclaves have a release clause worth €15m currently.

Man United may need to battle it out with Liverpool over the signing of Pedro Gonclaves, as the Merseyside Reds are also an admirer of the Portuguese starlet.

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