Manchester United will be playing AC Milan on Thursday to continue their chase for the Europa Cup, of which they were held to a 1-1 draw at the Old Trafford by the Serie A giants during their first leg encounter.
The 20 times English champions have been in search of a replacement for Jadon Sancho, having failed to land the signature of the 20 years old England international.
Manchester United have now identified 23 years old Italian winger, who plays for Juventus on loan from Fiorentina and collects €258,333-a-week wages as a potential transfer target, and could announce the signing of the €258,333-a-week in-form Italian winger during this summer, according to reports.
The 23 years old Italian winger, has been in a stunning form for Juventus and has been able to enjoy a regular first team start.
Manchester United having identified the 23 years old winger Federico Chiesa as a potential transfer target, could announce the signing of the €258,333-a-week in-form Italian winger this summer, according to CaughtOffside.
The 23 years old in-form winger Federico Chiesa, has been able to feature in 24 Serie A games for Juventus and has scored 7 goals and provided 8 assists.
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