Manchester United to ‘send scouts’ to monitor Amadou Haidara and other transfer rumours
According to the recent report by manchestereveningnews.co, Manchester United’s reported interest in RB Leipzig midfielder Amadou Haidara looks to be heating up. infoguidenigeria
The Reds are said to be sending scouts to watch the Mali international to get a closer look at their rumoured target.
Ralf Rangnick brought Haidara to RB Leipzig, in light of Naby Keita’s move to Liverpool, and could bring him to Old Trafford after his appointment as interim Manchester United manager.
Newcastle were previously interested in the midfielder but pulled out of a move in the summer. jamb result
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But it has since come to light that the 23-year-old could have a £33m release clause in his current deal in Germany.
The Daily Mail reports that United officials will be in attendance of Leipzig’s clash with Union Berlin and then their final Champions League group stage match against Manchester City to see if he fits the bill at Old Trafford.
Haidara may be seen as a cheaper alternative to Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips as Manchester United continue their search to strengthen the middle of the park.
manchestereveningnews also has it that FC Barcelona are also reportedly interested in signing the likes of Edinson Cavani and Anthony Martial from Manchester United this January
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