Man Utd could submit £43.6million offer to sign playmaker – Report

Federico Chiesa Fiorentina

Manchester United have been linked with Federico Chiesa for some time and the Italian international is once again in the lime light.

Last month, reports in Italy indicated that the Red Devils admire the Juventus playmaker, whose future in Turin is up in the air.

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More recently, Spanish source, Todo Fichajes, have reported that Chiesa may end up leaving the Old Lady for the Premier League.

The Azzurri star, who is valued at around £43.6million, wants a new contract to bring his salary on par with what Serbian striker, Dusan Vlahovic, is taking home.

It is reported that Man Utd and Arsenal are the most interested teams and the English duo could submit offers worth £43.6million to sign Chiesa.

Erik ten Hag lacks quality and depth in the attack, especially in the wide attacking positions. Rashford was our top scorer last season but he has only scored a single goal in the PL this term.

On the other hand, big money signing, Antony, has not scored a goal despite making nine appearances in the league.

Surprisingly, Jadon Sancho was the last winger to find the net at Old Trafford and the England international has a broken relationship with the manager.

Chiesa can play on either flank, as a central attacking midfielder and even as an out and out center forward.

He won the European Championships with Italy in 2021 and was named the best attacker of the tournament.

This season, so far, the 26-year-old playmaker has started 9 games in the Serie A and directly contributed in 5 goals for Juve, who are two points behind leaders Inter Milan.

Have your say – Should Man Utd bid £43.6million to sign Federico Chiesa?


  1. Yes, he would provide the much needed service to Rasmus
    Let them get rid of Antony and Anthony and sign promising youngsters like Jayden Addai
    The coach’s ability is also questionable!

  2. Like Juve would Sell him? We courted him for almost 2years + and bought him for around £70 million and you think we’ll let him go for a lose?

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