Man Utd have been given a go-ahead by PSG for their striker Edinson Cavani, reports L’Equipe. The French publication claims that League 1 champions are ready to let go of the Uruguayan striker for a fee of £32 million. PSG, who have built up an insurmountable lead at the top of the league, have already started looking for Cavani’s replacement.
The report states that United manager Louis Van Gaal and chief executive Ed Woodward are ready to spend the cash on the forward as the discontent among the United fans continues to grow over the unattractive brand of football being played under Van Gaal. The 28-year-old has scored nine goals in 14 league appearances for the Paris club this season.
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Italian outlet Tutto Mercato claims that the Red Devils are interested in a summer move for Juventus manager-player duo of Massimiliano Allegri and Paul Pogba. Manchester club have been impressed by Allegri’s brand of football at Old Lady and want him to replace Van Gaal, who is gradually losing support among the club faithful. Pogba, who set the rumour mill racing after he was spotted at Manchester last week, is expected to accompany his current manager to Old Trafford during the summer.
Van Gaal has taken personal interest in Ajax talented superstar, continue reading to find out more about 18-year old midfielder.
The Turin club, under Allegri, are enjoying a great run of form currently and have recovered from their disastrous start to the season. They are currently placed fifth in the league table. In another transfer rumour concerning the Red Devils, manager Louis Van Gaal has taken a personal interest in Ajax starlet Abdelhak Nouri. Soccerlens reports that Van Gaal wants to bring the 18-year-old midfielder to Old Trafford.
Nouri is one of the exciting prospects in the famed Ajax academy and has already been linked with other Premier League clubs such as Arsenal, Everton and Southampton. This signing will certainly be one for the future for the Red Devils.