Manchester United has been busy in the transfer market this summer, as they have made top signings like Tom Heaton and Jadon Sancho. The English outfit remains determined to bolster their ranks by bringing in more quality players to enable them to compete for the Premier League crown.
The European transfer window has been open since the month of June. According to some sources, a lot of deals have already been completed this summer. It is believed that English International Jadon Sancho will move to Man United for a transfer fee of £73 million later this month.
Chelsea are reportedly now the frontrunners to secure the services of 22-year old Sevilla defender this summer. According to ABC Sevilla, the West London Blue have moved ahead of the Manchester United in the race, with the West London club now the clear frontrunners for his services during this summer’s transfer window.
Manchester United have completed the signing of Jadon Sancho from BVB on a five-year contract. United have long tracked the 21-year-old, who was part of Gareth Southgate’s England squad at Euro 2020, failing to sign him last summer. In this article, we will take a look at how the Red Devils could lineup next season with their new signing.
Manchester United could not win any trophy last season because they were not good enough to beat other teams to those trophies and their performance was not so good last season. But the red devils will be hoping to perform very well next season as they are now preparing for the start of the new season.
Manchester United have made a huge progress in their attempt to sign their top transfer target this summer as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to work on new acquisitions. The Red Devils are waxing stronger and stronger in the current transfer window and are making a huge progress in getting most of their deals over the line.
After France's abrupt exit from the just concluded European Championship, recent reports have linked Raphael Varane to Manchester United. While exerting efforts into the closing of a deal that would see Borrusia Dortmund's Jadon Sancho come permanently to Old Trafford, the Red Devils are also set to bring Raphael Varane to Manchester.
Transfer News: Chelsea asks for updates on world-class striker, Man United prepares offer for Varane
Chelsea have made contact over the 32-year-old Bayern Munich striker Robert Lewandowski over his future at the Allianze Arena. The Poland international is the best striker in the world of football, and it’s clear to see why the Thomas Tuchel's side are showing interest in signing him.
According to Christian Falk, Manchester United has stepped in to offer Leon Goretzka a better contract than Bayern Munich is providing him in an attempt to persuade him to transfer to England. The Red Devils have shown an interest in the player and are now willing to pay a higher wage than his current club, Bayern Munich, in order to complete a move.
Chelsea Monitoring Lewandowski Chelsea's mission to sign a world-class striker has seen them ask to be kept informed about Robert Lewandowski's situation at Bayern Munich, Goal can confirm. Although Bayern are strongly opposed to a sale this summer, the 32-year-old could be tempted by a new opportunity overseas.
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Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly indicated interest in signing a new defender to partner Harry Maguire next season. The likes of Raphael Varane, Jules Kounde and Pau Torres have been linked with a transfer to Old Trafford this summer. According to various reporters, officials at Real Madrid have rejected Man United's bid for French international Raphael Varane.
Spending an enormous fee every summer doesn't necessarily guarantee winning a trophy at the end of the season. However, it's a first step and a good start towards a title-winning campaign. Manchester United have been investing in their squad almost every summer but no success to show for it.
Chelsea boss Thomas Tuchel has reportedly expressed his desire to sign a new central defender this summer. He has been monitoring the likes of Raphael Varane, Jules Kounde and Niklas Sule this month. It is believed that Tuchel is looking for a long term replacement for Brazilian central defender Thiago Silva.
According to Diario AS, Real Madrid have rejected Manchester United's initial offer of €40m plus €5m in bonuses for Raphaël Varane, as the club want a fee close to €70m. Both clubs are far from reaching agreement on the transfer of Raphael Varane as negotiations continue to draw on according to Diario AS.
Manchester United's first attempt to buy Real Madrid defender Raphael Varane this summer was unsuccessful. The Red Devils and the centre-back have already agreed on personal terms, and they are currently negotiating a cost. According to AS, the club made an initial bid for the central defender of €40 million (plus €5 million in add-ons).
Raphael Varane has agreed to a contract extension with Manchester United until 2026, but there is no deal in place for the defender with Real Madrid, Goal can confirm. The Red Devils have yet to make a formal proposal for Varane and are content to wait, knowing that they have the upper hand in negotiations with the Spanish club, which has accepted the Frenchman's departure.
Manchester United don’t like to do things easily in the transfer window, so we’re certainly not saying the Raphael Varane deal is done. But it seems as though his transfer from Real Madrid is inching closer by the day, and if he does join the Red Devils, he would make quite an impact all over the pitch.
Goal.com confirms that Raphael Varane has an agreement in principle with Manchester United over a contract until 2026, but there remains no deal in place with Real Madrid for the defender. According to Sky Sport the Red Devils are yet to make an official bid for Varane and are continuing to bide their time, knowing they hold the aces in negotiations with the Spanish club, who have accepted the Frenchman will leave.