Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might mean better for Chris Smalling at the Old Trafford but the player seems to have his decision to make in this summer transfer window.
Chris Smalling wasn’t good enough for Man United, the reason why he was sent out on a loan spell at Italian Serie A outfit, AS Roma where he impressed and won the heart of a number of clubs.
The narrative has now changed about Chris Smalling with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer now pressing for him to remain at the Old Trafford but that might be too late as the player already has his mind at the Italian capital and wants to move.
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Despite United’s wish to keep him, reports claim that Chris Smalling will push for a return o AS Roma on a permanent deal with both clubs already on the negotiation table for a possible deal.
Chris Smalling will be available for £20 million which the Italian side have been unable to meet. The player may decide to play a role in ensuring an agreement is met to be able to finalize the deal before the end of the summer window.
AS Roma chief is reported to be in England to seal the deal to be able to beat a number of clubs in England as well as Inter Milan that are also keen on Chris Smalling.