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Manchester United could sign Real Madrid youngster with a lucrative offer

Manchester United have officially been in the transfer market looking for a winger for quite some time now. They identified their target, held talks and then came out empty-handed due to a stubborn opposition negotiating team.

With reports suggesting that Jadon Sancho might end up staying with Borussia Dortmund for next season, the Red Devils are looking at other options to strengthen their offence.

Though it seems that Manchester United have quickly gotten over this setback and have identified an equally exciting generational talent to occupy the empty place in their starting eleven.

According to an exclusive story covered by Defensa Central, the Old Trafford club have asked Real Madrid about the situation of Vinicius Junior, who was very upset after warming the bench in the R16 CL tie (second leg) vs Manchester City.

The Spanish source has mentioned that Zinedine Zidane likes the Brazilian international and wants to keep him at the Bernabeu.

It also suggests Man United are willing to offer lucrative terms to secure the signing but the player is looking to stay put. He has a release clause of around £590m which could block the Reds to go through with the deal.

Though In all fairness, with Zidane preferring the likes of Eden Hazard and Rodrygo Goes in the starting lineup, Vinicius should look to leave the Bernabeu and try to find regular first-team football elsewhere.

With Manchester United looking to offer lucrative terms and Vinicius searching for regular first-team football, We could all dream about the Brazilian talent playing at the Theatre of Dreams.

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  1. Stewart

    August 13, 2020 at 12:21 pm

    The reason Utd didn’t get Sancho isn’t because Dortmund have a stubborn negotiating team, it’s because Utd have an incompetent one. If Sancho is the top player he’s made out tobe then Utd must pay top prices if they want him. It really isn’t rocket science.

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