Man United Scouts Watch Christos Tzolis In action for club in Greece, United to bid €20 Million
By NewsGuru1 | self meida writer
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According to reports across the globe, man united scouts were in attendance to watch their target play for his club, PAOK in the GreeceSuper League.
The target goes by the name, Christos Tzolis, a 19 years old youngster. He is regarded as the most valuable young player in Greece at the moment. He already has 4 caps for his country at international level.
The 19 years old has been attracting interest from other big teams in Europe, with Brussia Dortmund constantly keeping taps on him for a while now, man united Scouts have gone over to watch him in action and have brought back a positive feedback man united coach, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and also the Club CEO, Ed Woodward, who is now preparing a €20 Million bid for him in the summer.
The Greece club, are already prepared to letting go of their prized assets, as he might have to move to a big European Team if he wants to compete at the highest level.
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