English Premier League club Manchester United are pressing hard to sign AC Milan midfielder Franck Kessie. Manchester United's midfielder Paul Pogba has run down his current contract with the club, and he's reluctant in renewing his contract.
Kessie will also be out of contract next summer, and reports have it that the Ivory Coast international is desperate to move to England for a new competition.
Manchester United are currently targeting the midfielder as Paul Pogba's replacement in case the Frenchman leaves the club next season. However, Manchester United will face competition, with Paris Saint Germain and Tottenham Hotspur keen on beating Manchester United for his signature.
Although, clubs like Liverpool and Chelsea will also join the race in the summer to use him as a replacement for Wijnaldum and aging Kante respectively, but Manchester United are still the front runner for his signature.
Kessie will be a perfect signing for Manchester United. He can play as a defensive midfielder and also as a central midfielder.
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