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Man United plot stunning move for world class attacker, willing to make €200 million bid this summer



Man United plot stunning move for world class attacker, willing to make €200 million bid this summer

Manchester United are reportedly considering a significant transfer move for Vinicius Junior, with rumours suggesting they are testing Real Madrid’s resolve with a €200 million bid.

According to Defensa Central, Manchester United are contemplating a €200 million bid for Vinicius Junior.

The question remains whether Real Madrid will be willing to part ways with their star player, as the Red Devils are ready to demonstrate ambition in the upcoming summer transfer window.

The fans of Manchester United anticipate significant changes to the way the team operates, particularly in the transfer market, as a result of INOES’ arrival.

Having recently said that every facet of football operations would be closely examined in the near future, Sir Jim Ratcliffe hopes to transform the club’s reputation.

Despite claims to the contrary, INOES wants a statement signing in the summer and is willing to pay a high price to get a big name player.

Vinicius Junior Real Madrid
Vinicius Junior in action for Real Madrid
Man United have not been in touch with Vinicius’ camp, but they may try to approach Real Madrid with the purported €200 million bid.

Real Madrid may entertain the idea of selling Vinicius Junior if they were to receive an exceptional offer, although currently, they regard the Brazilian as untouchable.

In a demonstration of their faith in him, the club secured Vinicius to a contract extension until 2027. Additionally, Real Madrid harbors aspirations of pairing the talented attacker with potential new arrival Mbappe.

It is difficult to see Man United spend a large chunk of their transfer budget on one player. The report from Defensa Central is a bit over the top. United have transfer targets in mind and they are looking to add Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise and Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite before any other player.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants young and talented Premier League players and both those players fit the profile

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