Man Utd given firm no in bid to sign Bayern Munich attacker in January

By | December 15, 2020
Man Utd given firm no in bid to sign Bayern Munich attacker in January

Man Utd given agency no in bid to signal Bayern Munich attacker in January

Bayern Munich have dominated out promoting Manchester United goal Kingsley Coman within the January switch window.

The France winger was being monitored as potential different to high Pink Devils goal Jadon Sancho over the summer time.

Nevertheless, United ended up signing younger wingers Amad Diallo and Facuno Pellistri as an alternative after frustration set in.

Whereas a return for Sancho in January was at all times unlikely, rumours have continued that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will look to herald Coman as an alternative.

Coman joined Bayern from Juventus in a everlasting transfer in July 2017 after a profitable mortgage spell.

The 24-year-old has been in very good kind for the defending Bundesliga champions this season.

And Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has firmly said that Coman is “not on the market”, as reported by Sky Germany.

Following Bayern’s assertion of intent, it’s doubtless that United will now flip to different targets.

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Three place upgrades

A brand new centre-back, central midfield and a right-back are Solskjaer’s priorities for January.

One central defender who appears unlikely to maneuver to Manchester although is Leipzig star Dayot Upamecano.

United have reportedly cooled their curiosity within the French defender and can pursue different targets as an alternative.

With Paul Pogba’s future nonetheless trying unclear, the Pink Devils have been urged to make a transfer for Declan Rice.

Sky Sports activities additionally reported final week that United have been holding tabs on Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier to supply competitors for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

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