Manchester United has continued to look for more options for some quality players to join the squad as they look to regained lost ground after their early exit from the Champions League.
With January transfer window drawing close, most club’s are looking forward to strengthen some areas in the team. Manchester United is not left out and there have been reports concerning potential moves which might happen in January and those that might not.
Below are some information from media sources like Sky sports, The Sun and other UK based news media
Manchester United are keen on signing Kieran Trippier and are monitoring his situation at Atletico Madrid.
The England right-back will enter the final 18 months of his Atletico contract in January.
Trippier, a former Manchester City youth player, moved to Atletico from Tottenham in the summer of 2019, signing a three-year deal.
United’s first-choice right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka currently has competition only from Timothy Fosu-Mensah, with Diogo Dalot having joined AC Milan on loan in the summer.
Bayern Munich have ruled out selling Manchester United target Kingsley Coman in the January transfer window.
Sky Sports News reported in the summer that the France winger was on a shortlist for a move to Manchester United on a loan
The 24-year-old was among a number of alternatives United were looking at instead of top target Jadon Sancho, who remained at Borussia Dortmund.
But Bayern chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has said Coman is “not for sale” after his impressive form for the defending Bundesliga champions this season, according to Sky Germany.
Manchester United are interested in signing Inter midfielder Christian Eriksen as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba, according to reports. The Denmark international has struggled to make an impact since he left Tottenham for Inter in the January transfer window. Inter are now open to offloading Eriksen next month and according to The Sun, United are ready to make their move. The report claims that Inter are demanding a £27 million transfer fee, which is around £10m than what they paid to sign him from Spurs earlier this year. United, meanwhile, are said to be keen on signing another attacking midfielder with Pogba keen to leave Old Trafford.