Manchester United are still in the transfer window in search of a prolific midfielder who can serve as a long-term replacement for wantaway Paul Pogba.
Paul Pogba's future is up in the air after the Frenchman refused to sign a contract extension with Manchester United. His current contract with the Red Devils is remaining for less than a year, and Manchester United could cash in on the playmaker before the transfer window closes.
Manchester United has completed the signing of Jodan Sancho and Raphael Varane this summer. Apart from these two, the Red Devils also signed a goalkeeper to provide competition for De Gea and Henderson.
However, according to the reports, Manchester United are in pole position to sign the Frenchman this summer for just €20m but could face completion in getting Tolisso's signature.
Bayern Munich wanted to renew his contract, but is now looking to offload some players to raise funds for new recruitment. In a move to offload the playmaker, Bayern Munich has contacted Manchester United to sign the player.
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