Not Griezmann – Man Utd have Moved in to Agree £86million Star Signing

Manchester United will be delighted with the fact that Liverpool could only earn a single point against Bournemouth last night. Te battle for the fourth place is now even more intriguing.

United can also secure Champions League qualification by winning the Europa League and it will be fair to say that they are the strongest side in the competition.

As far as the transfers are concerned, manager Jose Mourinho is already targeting players to reinforce his squad in the summer transfer window and the former Chelsea boss seems very serious about signing Monaco star Kylian Mbappe.

The 18-year-old French international has been linked with a move to Man United for quite some time and according to Le10Sport, Manchester United have launched a number of concrete movements to sign the teenage striker.

The young center forward has been in fantastic form for Monaco this season and has attracted interest from top European clubs. In 33 games (all competitions), Mbappe has directly contributed in no fewer than 30 goals (19 goals and 11 assists) in the current campaign.

After fantastic performances, Deschamps selected Kylian in his team and the teenager made his senior international debut last month.

His current contract with the Ligue 1 side will expire in 2019 and as per the provided Le10Sport link, Monaco are looking to extend his contract and want him to stay for at least another season, however, the club could sell if an offer of over 100 million euros arrives (£86million).

The future of Zlatan Ibrahimovic is up in the air and United need a long term replacement for the legendary center forward. Mbappe could be the one to do the job. In your opinion, is Kylian worth 100 million euros?

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4 Responses to Not Griezmann – Man Utd have Moved in to Agree £86million Star Signing

  1. Geoffrey Isaiah Ocaka says:

    I strongly disagree with such cah to splash in the name of luring mbappe. Besides Utd the likes of Martial came and people were expecting brilliance performance from him but he’s not hit the peak to impress utd’s fan. And Mbappe could not be taken for such fee.

  2. Joachim Owoleke says:

    what is Mourinho doing with benching and fighting with some players or is he not serious into top4

  3. Andrew Haldane says:

    You can’t just pluck individual, especially young and foreign strikers from an environment where they had the right support and set up to thrive and expect them to replicate their performances and have the same kind of impact for their new team and manager in a very different league and country
    United already have Martial and Rashford at one end of the age spectrum and Zlatan and Rooney at the other end, it looks like both of the latter two will leave in the summer and United need to replace them with experienced and consistent performers who are at or just below their peak age. United do have a bigger budget than most other clubs but funds arent unlimited and JM needs to address other areas of the squad that need upgrading; back up/competition for Valencia, at least one athletic, strong leader at centre back who is comfortable on the ball, a quality replacement/competition for Shaw, a strong, mobile box to box midfielder who can break up play, carry the ball, play defence splitting passes and score a few goals….Bakayoko is the Monaco player JM should sign before Mbappe….or get them both and let Martial go back in part ex. There are too many so so players at United that need moving on and other good ones who are simply not up to playing for United or whose attributes aren’t suited to the rigors of the Premier League.
    Darmian, Blind, Jones, Smalling, Carrick, Fellaini, Januzaj and Rooney all need to go to clubs and Leagues that better suit them. The jury is still out on Shaw and Rojo, and whilst I would like to see Young stay its not fair on him to keep him as a reserve when he could be getting regular football elsewhere and a massive boost to his pension pot. That leaves Zlatan, who I would happily allow to leave as long as he (and Rooney) were adequately replaced.
    United are still very much in transition and a work in progress and they can’t afford to be patient as their sponsorship revenue would take up to a 30% hit without UCL football

  4. Patrick Malox Neequaye says:

    for me, I don’t think Kylian Mbappe is worth or valued for such an amount of £86million which can be used in buying two or three players to replace Michael Carrick, Wayne Rooney and Zlatan Ibrahimovich, we need a midfielder like the Brazilian and Real Madrid star Casmerio or Bernardo Silver and Yourie Tieleman from Anderlecht who can hold and control the midfield thru and flow, we can put Gabriel Babosa to replace Zlatan upfront, our options are left with Antoine Griezmann and Neyman Da Silver Jr. if we are to sign them. this will bring back the past glory to united