According to reports, Bayern Munich have completed the signing of Leon Goretzka, and that implies as a massive boost for Manchester United as target Renato Sanches is free to leave the Allianz Arena.
Our side missed out on signing the Portuguese international last summer who had register 35 appearances for Bayern across all competition this season but scoring and providing assist has proven difficult for the 19-year-old.
Nevertheless, that hasn’t stopped reports over his exit from the club, with the same report claiming that Be it as it may, there’ve been reports as to whether he will remain at Allianz Arena next season, although The Sun via Football Weeks suggested that Carlo Ancelotti has intimated that he will be fielding Bayern’s youngsters next season.
Nevertheless, that hasn’t stopped reports making rounds over him leaving the club this summer, with same report from the provided source claiming that United could submit a whooping £30m bid to prise him away from the Bundesliga champions.
The Italian manager sounds as though he’s ready to give him another season to prove his worth, but time will if Jose Mourinho get wind of it and lay pressure on the German side to consider selling hi.
Meanwhile, The Daily Mail claim that our side are also keeping close tabs on Porto ace Yacine Brahimi as Mourinho is set to miss out on top target Kylian Mbappe who will be joining Real Madrid this summer. Well, that would be true if reports making the rounds bears fruit, we just have to wait and see.
It’s claimed per the British tabloid that Mourinho is considering bringing top talents across Europe to strengthen our attack particularly the left flank to ensure our 4-3-3 lineup becomes a magic in the coming season, and Brahimi seemingly fits the bill with regards.
However, there might be issues to hijacking the French-born Algerian international Porto this summer, as it’s reported that the 27-year-old has a huge £51m buy-out clause in his contract with the Portuguese side and it’s highly unlikely that’s a figure that Man Utd are willing to pay.
Without any doubts, there’s no denying the Frenchman’s quality and attacking threat would benefit Manchester United, but they will have to be sensible in the market too and strengthen with individuals who represent value for money.