Manchester United “to Van de Beek and Havertz decision” and more transfer rumours


Manchester United have decided to focus their attention on the signing of Donny van de Beek rather than Kai Havertz this summer, according to reports.Although the financial uncertainty in the game because of the sars coronavirus crisis, United are planning to go ahead with their transfer plans this summer.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wishes to strengthen its team, attacking threat and it would be ideal to add a winger, centre midfielder and playmaker of his team.

Although M. E. N. Sport understands that Aston Villa captain Jack Grealish is the club of the main target of the attack, the midfield role, many other names have also been touted.

Club great and current Ajax chief executive officer, Edwin van der Sar has confirmed that his old side have been interested in his talented midfielder Van de Beek, while M. E. N. Sport reported that Havertz would be open to a move to Old Trafford this summer after another impressive campaign.

Havertz has scored 15 goals this season made him the Bundesliga’s top scorer by the age of 21 years, but, of course, he is pursued by a number of big clubs.

Chelsea are one of them, and The Daily Star says that Frank Lampard side now have a free-run sign Havertz after United has decided to give priority Van de Beek.

He said that the Dutch is just as effective in front of goal, and would cost much less than Havertz that United will now try and sign him to strengthen their possibilities of creation.

Elsewhere in the middle Kingdom as a hunting ground, the club are again linked with Leicester City Wilfred Ndidi.

The Nigerian has proven to be one of the best midfielders defensive of the league for the last season and is still rating highly in the fight against the stats.

According to the Express, United will make a move for Ndidi if they fail to sign Van de Beek – even if they are very different players – but will face competition from Real Madrid and PSG.


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