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Man United finally ready to offer €5 million-a-year deal to Real Madrid striker



Man United finally ready to offer €5 million-a-year deal to Real Madrid striker

Manchester United are reportedly ready to offer a two-year contract worth €5 million per year to on-loan Real Madrid striker Joselu.

According to a report by Spanish outlet Fichajes, Joselu is the subject of interest from Manchester United. The Red Devils are scouring the market for a striker heading into the summer transfer window.

And they are ready to offer the Spanish international a two-year contract worth €5 million per year.

The Spaniard rose in prominence during his spell with Deportivo Alaves before enjoying an exceptional one-year contract with Espanyol.

His exploits with the Catalan outfit captured the attention of several high-profile clubs before Real Madrid snapped him up last summer.

The 34-year-old has been top-class for Real Madrid since returning to his boyhood club. While the veteran striker has been a backup option for Los Blancos, he has been productive in the final third, amassing 17 goals and three assists in just 2,092 minutes of game time.

Joselu’s exploits for Real Madrid have not gone unnoticed, compelling Los Blancos to plot a permanent move for him. However, the Spanish international is also attracting interest from overseas clubs, with Premier League bigwigs, including Manchester United, keen on securing his services.

The Reds are keen on signing a striker in the summer transfer window, with Rasmus Hojlund being the only centre-forward in the first-team squad.

With the Danish international still raw and on an upward trajectory, it behoves Manchester United to sign an experienced attacker.

The Spaniard has thus emerged as a viable target, with Manchester United preparing a contract offer for him.

The report has claimed that Manchester United are ready to offer a two-year deal worth €5 million per season to secure Joselu’s services in the summer transfer window.

However, widespread reports have claimed that the Spaniard has his heart set on remaining at Real Madrid.

The Merengues are the club of his dreams, and the 34-year-old is willing to continue at the Santiago Bernabeu, even though his role will reduce after Kylian Mbappe’s arrival this summer.

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