Man United have been linked with a number of names ahead of the summer transfer window and with the latest reports, they are making progress with one of the biggest names.
It is claimed that the Red Devils are in advance talks with Federico Chiesa, according to Italian publication, Corriere Fiorentino. It is reported that Man United have agreed to pay a fee of £50 million to Viola to land their 22-year-old star in this summer transfer window.
The young lad has been impressive so far, scoring six goals and providing three assists for his team this term to make him get the attention he has from Europe.
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A major challenge is that Federico Chiesa is reportedly not sure if he should make a move away from Viola this term and he is considering all options before giving his nod to the deal.
Federico Chiesa seeks to be sure he would be handed a regular playing time in the manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer team because he wants to represent his country in competitions and that will be a major criterion.
Meanwhile, Man United’s summer transfer deals are highly dependent on their qualification to the Champions League next season, according to claims already made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.