Manchester United have been on the search for a professional defender, to bolster the Manchester United defensive line.
Manchester United haven't been on their best defensive form, since the arrival of the world most expensive defender, and Harry Maguire's pair with Lindelof haven't been working out as expected by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Therefore, a need for the Manchester United board to bring in a new defender, as a back up for the present Manchester United defensive squad.
However, Manchester United have identified England international defender Tyrone Mings, as the new back to bring into the Manchester United's defensive squad.
Tyrone Mings is a centre defender for premiere league club Aston Villa, and just 27 years old with loads of experience enough for him to succeed at the Old Trafford.
The 27 years old is reportedly valued by Aston Villa at £25m, which symbolically meant that, Manchester United will need to pay £25m for the signing of Tyrone Mings this summer.
The 27 years old England international will be a good signing for Manchester United, if the reported valuation fee is met.
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