Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has being in the transfer market seeking for quality players, as he is ready to strengthen United's squad ahead of next season.
In recent months, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been linked with various players, although Borrussia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho remains his top target. Meanwhile, it seems Ole is set to look into United's left-back department, as he is eyeing a move for 23-year old England left-back.
The 23-year old English man has shone in Bredan Rodgers's side this season, with Chelsea FC monitoring Ben Chilwell's progress. The 23-year old Leicester City left-back Ben Chilwell, is valued within the region of £60 million.
Therefore, Man United will have to battle with Chelsea FC and meet up with Chilwell's £60 million release clause, in order to get Chilwell's signature.
The 23-year old Ben Chilwell has made 27 premier league appearances this season, of which he was able to net 3 goals.
In other news, Manchester United will take on Chelsea FC on Sunday, in order to continue their battle for the Emirates FA Cup.
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