Man United’s attitude on completing a late deadline day transfer, with Saul connected with a loan move.

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Man United’s attitude on completing a late deadline day transfer, with Saul connected with a loan move.

Manchester United is poised to complete their final transfer business with a midfielder.

Manchester United are not believed to be considering signing Atletico Madrid’s Saul Niguez before the transfer deadline. The Red Devils were thought to be looking for a midfielder to cap off a successful transfer window at Old Trafford.

Before the transfer market closes tonight, Saul might be on his way to the Premier League.

Manchester United, on the other hand, does not appear to be interested in bringing in a new midfielder this summer.

Saul, an Atletico Madrid midfielder, has also been linked with a move to Chelsea.

And with United not wanting to bolster their alternatives in the middle of the park, it could be his best shot for a move to the English top division.

United will not be bringing in a new midfielder, according to the Manchester Evening News, unless there is major movement later today.

According to Goal, Atletico Madrid’s desire for a £34 million obligation buy is now deterring clubs from pursuing a loan deal for Saul.

However, as Tuesday approaches, it remains to be seen if there will be any opportunity for flexibility.

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Despite being charged with the job against Wolves over the weekend, Rio Ferdinand believes United are still missing a deep-lying midfielder capable of influencing play, as Saul might, and insists that Fred is not that player.

He told his Vibe with FIVE YouTube channel, “Fred, his physical attributes to be able to cover the ground and make tackles are pretty good.”

“You need someone who can orchestrate in that job, in my opinion. I’m not just talking about with the ball; I’m also talking about without it. He can put himself in a position to avoid problems before it happens.

“A [Michael] Carrick, a [Sergio] Busquets, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho, Fernandinho People who are able to sit in their current position.

“You don’t have to fly at 100 mph everywhere, but they’re in a position to prevent the ball from getting into these danger zones; they’re an impediment.

“I don’t think he’s a big enough stumbling block. “Brinkwire Summary News,” he says as he gets off the leash.

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