Manchester United chase ‘new Puskas’ for €70m and more transfer rumors

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Manchester United are reportedly working on recruiting top-rated Hungarian striker Dominik Szoboszlai.

The RB Leipzig player arrived in Germany last January, but had to wait until August for his debut match after missing some time due to a groin injury, including during Hungary’s Euro 2020 campaign.

So far in this campaign, he has scored three goals and assisted in 10 Bundesliga games, including a support against VfB Stuttgart. Unified It remains interested in a release clause worth between €60 million and €70 million, where the German side is said to be happy to let the aggressor leave.

This is according to German news outlet Sport BILD, sports witnessHe is likely to profit from the sale, which Diego Simeone says is also interested in his services to Jesse Marsch’s side.

Leipzig is renowned for developing talent that spans the world, with Dayot Upamecano and Marcel Sabitzer transferring to Bayern Munich in the summer, while Ibrahima Konate transferring to Anfield in the summer.

Meanwhile, Sevilla is reportedly behind them because they are afraid. Unified It could trigger the £69m release clause for defender Jules Kounde.

despite the summer Raphael VaraneUnited kept just one clean slate, and Saturday’s loss to Manchester City meant they had 14 games at Old Trafford without denying their opponents a goal.

Chelsea had previously been after the Frenchman but saw their efforts rejected in the summer and now the Spaniards are poised to attract the attention of Manchester United.

This is according to AS daily mail Who says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s photo. The sides are preparing to attack the central defender, who beat the Premier League in his efforts.

The report states that United were watching the 22-year-old player, while Thomas Tuchel’s side remained interested in Antonio Rudiger, Thiago Silva and Andreas Christensen and decided to leave at the end of the season when their deals expired.

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