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Man United braced for shock Alejandro Garnacho bid as part of double transfer move



Man United braced for shock Alejandro Garnacho bid as part of double transfer move

Man Utd winger Alejandro Garnacho
Manchester United could soon receive an approach for Alejandro Garnacho who is one of just three stars they’re hellbent on keeping, while reports claim the second part of the double raid would be far more enticing.

The playing roster at Manchester United will undergo significant changes this summer.

On June 30, Anthony Martial, Raphael Varane, and Brandon Williams will become free agents and depart. Varane has been appointed at an ambitious Serie A team as their “dream target.”

Man Utd is open to bids for players like Mason Greenwood, Donny van de Beek, Casemiro, Aaron Wan-Bissaka, Victor Lindelof, and Jadon Sancho.

Nevertheless, in spite of the drastic overhaul, United will exert every effort to hold onto three particular players who they feel will be the pillars of their team for many years to come.

Alejandro Garnacho, Rasmus Hojlund, and Kobbie Mainoo are the three individuals in question.

Reports claimed Man Utd would not consider offers – regardless of their size – for the three rising young stars.

But according to a fresh update from the middle east, Man Utd’s resolve may soon be tested.

Alejandro Garnacho approach inbound
Saudi Arabian powerhouse Al-Hilal are reportedly planning a double raid on Old Trafford.

Much to Man Utd’s dismay, the Saudi Pro League winners are being tipped to make an approach for Garnacho who is currently on international duty with Argentina at the Copa America.

But given Al-Hilal are one of the four PIF-controlled teams in Saudi Arabia, you can guarantee the numbers will be astronomical.

Thankfully for Man Utd, there is no suggestion Garnacho wishes to leave. Furthermore, there is no suggestion Man Utd’s stance on being hellbent on retaining Garnacho will soften.

Garnacho racked up 15 goal contributions in 50 appearances for the Red Devils last term and scored in the FA Cup final victory over Manchester City.

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