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Rumors, United Are Considering Using Martial In a Swap Deal To Hijack City And Chelsea Target.

Manchester United are said to be competing with City and Chelsea for the recruitment of Norwegian st

Rumors, United Are Considering Using Martial In a Swap Deal To Hijack City And Chelsea Target.

Manchester United are said to be competing with City and Chelsea for the recruitment of Norwegian striker Erling Haaland.

Although the track was believed to be abandoned, it looks like Manchester United are still aiming for Borussia Dortmund’s goal machine Erling Haaland.

According to El Mundo Deportivo, the Manchester united have a clear idea of ​​how they plan to go about ahead of their rivals on this issue, namely Chelsea and Manchester City.

Martial included in the deal for Haaland?


United are considering using Anthony Martial in a swap deal to reach a deal with BVB. The Frenchman could therefore be ceded to the Germans in addition to a substantial sum of money to obtain the services of the Scandinavian. The former Monegasque is also tracked by Tottenham, but there has not yet been an offer sent from Spurs.

Chelsea, who have made recruiting a top striker their priority this summer, are believed to be in the best position to get their hands on Haaland. But, the Red Devils are also long-time admirers of this prolific goalscorer. And so they may not have said their last word on this issue yet.

MU has already brought in a player from Dortmund this summer, in the person of Jadon Sancho. Recruited for 85M €, the latter is also impatient to find his former teammate. He even gave fans of the team high hopes when he said on social media after his engagement with the Red Devils: “A connection like no other, we’ll see each other soon brother.

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