It has been reported that Manchester United have launched a bid for 15-year-old Willy Kambwala of Sochaux.
Manchester United have shown their interest and have now made it clear that they are interested in 15-year-old Willy Kambwala by making their first bid for the young defender.
Willy Kambwala plays as a central defender for the French club FC Sochaux-Montbéliard U19s. ‘L’Equipe’ claim that Kambwala, who is also part of the French U16’s set up, is being looked at by both Manchester United and Liverpool.
It’s also believed that he has received a further youth contract proposal from FC Sochaux-Montbéliard and he’s currently evaluating that offer. If he decides against this offer, clubs will have to wait until the end of August to sign the teenager, just after he turns 16, owing to FIFA regulations on minors.
A new story, coming from RMC Sport, claims that Manchester United have made their first bid to the French Ligue 2 side. However, this bid is said to be below €1 million and is expected to be rejected. The report continues by stating that FC Sochaux-Montbéliard will want at least the double of what has been offered to them in order to let their youngster leave.
It’s reported that the player is happy by the interest of Manchester United but also feels that he should not leave the club who formed his skills in their academy. For me this statement is obvious because this is a very tough decision for a 15-year-old.
Obviously, if no club manages to agree to the fee that FC Sochaux-Montbéliard want, Kambwala will remain at his French club since he has 2 years left on his current ‘youth’ contract.
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