AS – Man Utd ready to bid £43.4million to secure signing

Kubo Japan

Manchester United have been linked with Japanese international, Kubo, and the latest reports are intriguing.

According to a recent story published by AS (news image provided below), Man Utd are ready to bid £43.4million (50 million euros) to secure Kubo from Real Sociedad.

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The youngster’s current contract with the Spanish La Liga side will expire in 2027 and it has a release clause of 60 million euros.

The Madrid based media outlet have mentioned that if the clause is met, then over half the amount would go to Real Madrid.

Man Utd are still trying to set up a project that is up to the task of recovering its old tradition and are willing to put an offer worth £43.4million on the table for Kubo.

Moreover, AS claim the Red Devils are even ready to offer the 22-year-old higher salary than what he is currently earning at the Aneota.

However, it is stated that the attacking midfielder has no intention of leaving Real Sociedad, he is happy and has a very good relationship with manager, Imanol.

Erik ten Hag’s attack has been in poor form this season and only netted four goals in the Premier League campaign thus far.

Kubo has already netted six goals and also provided four assists for Sociedad.

In your view, should Man Utd bid £43.4million to secure the Asian star in January?

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