Manchester United are in search of a midfielder ahead of the winter transfer window. The Old Trafford club may currently need to release the likes of Matic and Fred for a new midfielder to come in.
He has made a total of 121 appearances for Marseille scoring three goals and registering five assists. His current contract with the Ligue 1
club is set to expire in less than a year, and he could move for free next summer.
However, as it stands, the playmaker can discuss a pre-contract agreement with clubs in the January transfer window, and many European clubs are interested in securing the services of the 21-year-old young star.
Although, the report made us know that Manchester United are the frontrunners to sign him, but the Old Trafford outfit will face stiff competition with Arsenal and Spanish club Sevilla also interested in signing him.
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