Manchester United are having a disappointing season after losing the Premier League title race early this season, and getting eliminated from the EFL Cup against Bristol City, a Championship club, and getting knocked out of the Champions League knock out stage, group of 16, against the La Liga side, Sevilla, which was very disappointing for Manchester United fans, and the club seems ready to spend big next summer.
Manchester United are reported to be preparing some mega deals next season in order to compete for the Premier League title and other titles and going as far as possible in the Champions League.
Manchester United are reported to be signing a mega deal which will break the club and Premier League record as the most expensive player ever this summer in order to reinforce the team.
Several reports from different sources such as from Don Balon and Express, Manchester United have won the race to sign the French young superstar, Ousmane Dembele from the La Liga giant, Barcelona FC, after join Barcelona from Borussia Dortmund last summer in a historic deal which was marked as a “panic transfer” after the departure of the Brazilian superstar, Neymar Junior, to the French Ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint Germain, as the most expensive player in the history of football.
Ousmane Dembele isn’t having a very good season at Barcelona after joining from the Bundesliga club, Borussia Dortmund, where the French forward was injured several times this season and didn’t meet the expectations at the Camp Nou to replace the superstar, Neymar Junior.
Ousmane Dembele is chased by several clubs and mainly in the Premier League where the Premier League London club, Chelsea FC, are interested to sign Ousmane Dembele as well to replace Eden Hazard, who is expected to leave for the La Liga giant, Real Madrid, in the upcoming summer transfer windows after the world cup.
Knowing that Manchester United are looking to sign a world class right winger in order to start in the front three in Jose Mourinho’s formation after Jose Mourinho lost his trust in Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford.