The summer transfer window is once again unfolding in a way totally different from what Manchester United fans would have loved it to be as the Red Devils have still not concluded their first summer business. Over a year ago, United were reportedly in the hunt to sign Borussia Dortmund forward Jadon Sancho, and even though they spent most of the last two summer transfer window negotiating with the German Bundesliga giants, they were still not able to seal the deal for the attacker.
Reports claimed that United failed to meet Dortmund’s asking price of £120 million so a deal could not be completed in any way. Following that incident and how the transfer saga played out, United fans were dissatisfied with their club’s way of handling their transfer business but they held their hopes so high that a deal would be struck between the two clubs in the near future. Continue reading UNITED CONTINUE THEIR CHASE FOR DORTMUND STAR
The summer transfer window is slowly drawing nearer, and that only means one thing; that we will need to brace ourselves ahead of all of the excitement, intrigue, surprise, heartbreak, and thrill that all come as a full package along with the window when it opens. The day the window opens for business is not when clubs start identifying their targets, that stage is already on and the clubs who want to sign players are already in the business of mapping out key players they want to sign.
While some clubs are expected to be quiet all through the transfer window, there are others who we feel must dip their hands into the market and sign two or more players, as the case may be. This summer is set to see us witness summer transfer activities from some of the biggest clubs in the world, particularly because they know they have fallen short in the quest to dominate Europe. Continue reading SOLKSJÆR: UNITED WILL ONLY SIGN NEEDED PLAYERS