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Manchester United: a last huge blow with Osimhen?

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Victor Osimhen could leave Napoli for Manchester United on loan. The process will be accompanied by a mandatory purchase option of €100 million. Napoli leaders would like to convince Cristiano Ronaldo to go in the opposite direction.

If we want to believe the information you convey Manchester Evening NewsThe Red Devils are considering the arrival of their last XXL recruit this summer. Manconian will be in advanced negotiations with the SSCN, which may accept a loan idea from Victor Osimhen, this season. If agreed, the contract will provide a mandatory purchase option of €100 million, which is the amount Aurelio De Laurentiis had hoped to sell his player for in this transfer window. The condition for the approval of the deal is to obtain a loan … Cristiano Ronaldo.

Is Ronaldo still planning to leave?

Contrary to what some of its leaders have suggested, Napoli will indeed try to persuade CR7 to join their ranks. But the process is far from a foregone conclusion, as the player appears to have gotten used to the idea of ​​staying in Manchester. Sky Sports Now his departure is considered unlikely, this is the end of the transfer window, and it is determined that his situation can be reviewed during the winter. Eric ten Hag is no longer thinking about moves and will now focus on his team’s deadlines.

Everton should also recruit James Garner, in exchange for the €17m compensation paid to the Red Devils. Manchester United would have failed Crystal Palace and West Ham, who were interested in Aaron Wan-Bissaka. The 24-year-old doesn’t have much playing time, but his coach wants to keep him: he shouldn’t be loaned or transferred over the next few hours. As a reminder, the Manconians paid 55 million euros to secure the services of the London citizen, three years ago, and his contract runs until June 2024.

Manchester United have already spent €238m this summer. It sold for only 12 million euros. The Manconian formation is currently the one that has made the largest investments, all over Europe.

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