John Murtough, the manager of Manchester United, could announce two additions before 11 p.m. tonight.
John Murtough, Manchester United’s general manager, is in control of the transfer market at Old Trafford.
So far, Manchester United has had a successful transfer window, with Cristiano Ronaldo set to join Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane at Old Trafford. On deadline day, however, John Murtough could still make two signings. As a result, Express Sport will investigate their cases, as well as how they might fit in at the club and what needs to be done.
The recruitment of Kieran Trippier by Manchester United is still a possibility.
After all, the club is interested in signing the Atletico Madrid star. Furthermore, he expresses a desire to visit.
Trippier has also been linked with Arsenal, and there’s a potential the Gunners will make an approach as the transfer window closes.
Their need is probably higher, especially in light of Cedric’s poor performance in Sunday’s 5—0 loss to Manchester City.
United, on the other hand, is still interested.
If they sign Trippier, he’ll serve as a backup right-back to Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who is now their first choice.
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And something with Diogo Dalot may need to happen in order for a prospective transfer to happen.
Borussia Dortmund has been connected with Dalot as the Bundesliga heavyweights try to challenge Bayern Munich for the title.
AC Milan, who saw the former Porto star shine on loan at the San Siro last season, are also fans.
If neither team makes a suitable bid for Dalot, United will most likely pursue Trippier.
However, the clock is against them if this deal is to be completed by 11 p.m. tonight.
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In a recent interview with the Football Terrace podcast, Eurosport’s Dean Jones revealed that the Red Devils have done their study on the Portugal international.
Jones described him as “realistic, attainable, and quality.”
“That’s why, as I’ve said all summer, I’m not going to rule it out.
“It appears to me that he is a better fit than, say, Camavinga, because he’s already shown himself in the Premier League.
“I’ve heard from a number of individuals at United that they have a lot of knowledge and insight into his game, his stats, and what he’d contribute to the team.
Brinkwire Summary News: “It’s one that’s there.”