Manchester United Join The Race To Sign £30.7million Wonder Kid With Barcelona

Man Utd ready to sign £30.7m teenager wanted by every major European club

Manchester United are looking to bring in Rennes’ star kid to their squad in the summer transfer window.

The 18 year old player is considered to be one of the best young talents in the world and as of now Barcelona have already gotten their bid of £27million rejected for the player’s signature.

Manchester United scouts have been watching the player for some time now and after an excellent report from the scouts with regards to the player, United are joining the race to sign him come the summer transfer window.

Rennes have apparently valued the player and want approximately £30.7million deal so as to let go of the player from the club.

According to the Daily Mail, United are keen on signing the player and being one of the most high spending clubs in the Premier League United may just be making a right choice if they decide to spend £30.7 million on Dembele.

The 24-year-old France international striker was the subject of a January bid from Newcastle and said after Sunday’s game: ‘A departure? Yes, I think the Premier League is a very attractive for a player.’

Talking to Le10Sport, he added: ‘But I know that to go, I have to play well this season. So I’m very focused and perhaps after that, I will leave. I know it’s possible to go in the Premier League and Lyon is also aware.

France coach Didier Deschamps said: ‘People have talked about him to me for two years. We’ll say that he should be left in peace. Before his hat-trick [against Nantes], he did other things. He’s quick, he has two feet, he can play in three positions in attack, and he’s only going to improve.

‘It is too early? It all depends on the competition, but obviously I’m watching him.’

Written by Sanjeevani Dhakal

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