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Man United make second Bid of €70m for ‘outstanding star’ to partner Kobbie Mainoo in the Midfield this summer transfer



Man United make second Bid of €70m for ‘outstanding star’ to partner Kobbie Mainoo in the Midfield this summer transfer

Manchester United are looking to make a good midfield signing to play alongside Kobbie Mainoo.

Manchester United has placed a €70 million bid for a superstar Midfielder to sit alongside Kobbie Mainoo in the Midfield.

Manchester United’s new sporting director Dan Ashworth is rumored to be looking for a new defensive midfield player to partner with their homegrown youth, since Casemiro is slated to go this summer.

In an attempt to guarantee their midfield’s future for the ensuing ten years, the 20-time English champions have now submitted a massive proposal for one star.

According to information from agent Guilherme von Cupper, United has made a proposal for Benfica’s Joao Neves, according to the Portuguese daily Record.

Neves is a man in demand who has been lauded over the past couple of years for his all-round game in midfield.

“When we talk about generational talents Neves instantly jumps out at you,” he wrote.

“Kobbie Mainoo needs a midfield partner and what better way to hand him a perfect present than to give him Benfica’s next big thing to play alongside for the next 10 years at Old Trafford.

Benfica star Joao Neves continues to be linked with a summer move to Manchester United.

“With an engine that could seemingly go for days, Neves’ passing, vision, aggression and stamina make him one of the hottest prospects in Europe at present and United would be foolish not to make him their natural replacement for the ageing Casemiro.”

“If there is one player that Benfica won’t negotiate for less than the release clause is Joao Neves,” journalist Bruno Andrade of Mais Futebol claimed in May.

“Other players like Antonio Silva, Anatoliy Trubin, Benfica believe they can negotiate below their release clause but Joao Neves is different. He either leaves the club if his release clause is met or he stays.”

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