Summary of the latest Manchester United transfer market news today, June 20: Timber deal fails – Ben targets Lisandro Martinez
Movement in the transfer market of Red Devils players today
Manchester United have move back as favorites to sign Christian Eriksen again. After Tottenham decided not to continue talks with the 30-year-old playmaker’s broker
That Eriksen is willing to overlook the reality. That he may not be playing in the Champions League. in the season and opted to look for a team. That would give him the opportunity to play regularly instead. Even if the club is not in London – The Athletic
After being inform by Julian Timber’s representatives. That the 21-year-old will not leave the club. This season – United have turn to Lisandro Martinez. Another Ajax centre-back. x with similar properties instead
Over the past week, Arsenal have shown a close interest in the 24-year-old Argentine defender. But now that Erik ten Hag is involved in the talk. Martinez may choose to play under his acquaintances at Old Trafford. More than it can be – De Telegraph
90min reporter Graham Bailey has confirmed that Manchester United have made an offer to Barcelona to reconsider. This time, they have moved the figure to 70 million euros plus 10 million other conditions together,
while with the player they have confirmed that if he really decides to come. He will become the team’s third most expensive player, behind only Cristiano Ronaldo at £500,000 and David de Gea at £350,000.
Erik ten Hag has told director of football John Murtuff that he needs at least five new players, including two midfielders and central defenders. One man, one line attacker and another substitute in the event that Dean Henderson really needs to be lost – UFABET News
French midfielder Adrien Rabiot of Juventus has just one year left on his contract. Juventus has told the club. He wants to leave this summer for the chance to play regularly in preparation for the World Cup in Qatar at the end of the year.
The player is no less than 15 million euros. Which may not a deterrent for many European teams. But the problem may lie in his exorbitant wages – Le Gipp