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Manchester United linked with £55m rated defender

By Jaysam | self meida writer
Published 17 days ago - 3761 views

Manchester United have reportedly been rivalled by Real Madrid and Barcelona for the signing of £55m rated centre back, as reported by a Spanish news outlet Mundo Deportivo and the Daily Star this morning.

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, have been in the transfer market for an elite centre back to partner with world most expensive defender Harry Maguire next season.

The ability of Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailey have been questioned, as both players have had their time and also have been vulnerable most times since the arrival of Harry Maguire to the Old Trafford.

Manchester United have identified 22 years old Sevilla centre back as it's top summer transfer target, after loosing out on Dayot Upamecano, who is heading to Bayern Munich this coming sunmer.

Now, Manchester United have been rivalled by Barcelona and Real Madrid for their top transfer target, leaving them with a slim chance of winning the signature of the Sevilla centre back Jules Kounde.

A report from the Sun yesterday claimed that, both the two laliga giants are keen on the 22 years old, and are ready to meet up with the £55m valuation fee of the centre back.

Jules Kounde reportedly joined Sevilla in the summer of 2019 from Ligue 1 side Bordeaux, and have since then make 63 appearances, winning the Europa League last season in a victory against Inter Milan.

However, Manchester United will need to splash the cash on the inform Jules Kounde, should they really want his service at the Old Trafford next season.

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