Manchester united reopens talk over €50m rated world cup winner
By Rainman_news | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 4 views
With the international break still ongoing,The 20-times English champions, Manchester united are reportedly keeping tabs on 23 year old Frenchman.
However, according to report,the Red Devils wanted 23-year-old on a loan deal with the right to buy, however, the Catalan giants would only agree to that if the Frenchman first signed a one-year extension.
Moreover, France international right winger has 16 months left on his current deal at Camp Nou and Spanish giants are demanding at least €80m for his services.
The €50m rated star has been involved twenty two laliga matches of which he scored four goals and provided two assist so far this current football campaign despite numerous injury blow since arriving at the Camp Nou four years ago from Borussia Dortmund in an initial £97m deal as a replacement for neymar.
They have also been claims that Premier League side have stayed in touch with Ousmane Dembélé representatives since then and are now ready to reopen talks with Barca
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