United To Trigger The Clause Of This Most Wanted La Liga Star

United To Trigger The Clause Of This Most Wanted La Liga Star

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Manchester United strongly looking towards a busy summer transfer window in order boost their attacking upfront ahead of the upcoming season.

To put an unimpressive season behind, the Red Devils manager Louis van Gaal is reportedly set to sanction move for many players so as to bolster his squad for the next season.

The Dutch manager is reportedly preparing a bid for the Atletico Madrid player Saul Niguez. Although the midfielder is said to have a £35m release clause included in his contract and United will need to activate the player’s clause if they are seriously in need of his services.

Also, there are also reports that United are not the only ones looking out for the player. In lieu of this, they will be facing keen competition from Barcelona who too are interested in signing the Atletico player.

Thus, it has to be seen who will be able to strike a deal and bring the player into their squad for the next season. The player’s release clause is sure to be the deciding factor in the deal, depending on who will be able to meet the £35m release clause.

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