Manchester United are still on the way to sign a good right winger from Serie A. Manchester United who have been looking up to increase their chances of winning Cups during next season, are now set to launch a bid of £70 million, for his asking price, in order to sign him away from his club during summer transfer.
Manchester United have been seen, looking up to bring a good right winger to the squad, who could respond well and improve the squad of Manchester United, to a higher level.
The Florentina player had gotten a hope to leave the club, by looking up to agree to a deal coming from Manchester United. Though, Manchester United are still looking up to see, if they would be able to qualify for the next Champions league spot.
But looks like, the Serie A winger will not be signing a deal with Manchester United until summer transfer, when Manchester United would have gotten the assurance, of sealing a Champions League spot, as reported from Caught Offside.
Manchester United will be looking up to launch up a bid of £70 million, for the asking price of the Serie A right winger, during summer transfer. Federico Chiesa will be available for Manchester United, at a release clause of £70 million, during summer transfer, if they can be able to agree to his asking price, according to a report from Caught Offside.
Manchester United will now be set to launch a bid of £70 million for Chiesa asking price, in order to sign a deal with the Serie A winger Federico Chiesa, according to a report from Caught Offside.
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