As the winter transfer window approaches, it’s even less likely that Manchester United will sign the centerback when it’s needed more and more.
Yesterday’s good performance against Leicester City was undermined by poor defense, and even his impressive victory against Leeds United last weekend achieved two goals.
United scored 23 goals in the Premier League. This is the 15th worst record in the tournament.
And when British clubs playing in Europe are ranked according to the clean sheet, United will come to the bottom of the table, even behind the struggling Arsenal.
World-class defenders will be available in January (if not impossible), but certainly in June. Still, United seems to be far from them.
One is David Alaba. The Austrian refused to sign a new € 200,000 weekly contract with Bayern Munich, and his contract expires in June, so he is free to talk to other clubs from Friday.Like recently Report here, Spain’s outlet AS claimed this week that United is leading the chase to sign him.
Sadly, however Athletic The AS claim is reported to be unfounded.
Manchester United are said to be interested in 28-year-old players who can play full-back, center-back and midfield on an elite basis. However, because we are aware of the costs associated with the move, United will not participate in the implementation, which can be confirmed.
“Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to maintain a team of profits that is as balanced as possible, and the scale needed to secure Alaba would be too large.”
As mentioned here in a previous article, the £ 200,000 per week required signed a player with a market value of € 65 million (£ 59 million), which is a significant amount by Centerback United standards. The fact that you can) Doing nothing in June or doing almost nothing in January will certainly help to make up for your high salary.
Another player Red Devil’s turned his back on was RB Leipzig’s Dayot Upamecano. In November, German transfer expert Christian Folk could sign a deal in January if the club meets Upamecano’s € 45 million release clause, which goes into effect in June. I made it clear.
Update Dayot Upamecano: Decisions about his future may be made in January. Then there should be the first offer from the Premier League club of interest (release clause: € 45 million). He is now @FC Bayern @SPORTBILD
— Christian Folk (@cfbayern) November 18, 2020
Signing a 23-year-old player at that price seemed easy for United, who has been chasing the French since he was 16. But again, Athletic “He is no longer the main target, and Old Trafford has made it clear that this is a situation they are not pursuing,” he claims.
So, assuming the athletics have their facts right, who is at the heart of United’s wishlist, whether it’s January or June?
Villarreal’s Portores and Brighton’s Ben White are linked, but definitely a big step in terms of quality from Alaba and Upamecano.
With a world-class centerback, United could start the title challenge, but it will certainly be 2021/22, if not this season. But in reality, unless Ed Woodward and his company have a big surprise, there will be little movement in this regard in the near future.
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Manchester United need a centerback, who are they targeting?
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