Man Utd ready to agree fee demanded for potential Fernandes replacement – Report

Bruno Fernandes Trains Man Utd

Multiple reports in the Italian media have suggested Man Utd are serious about signing Teun Koopmeiners in the summer transfer window.

Yesterday, Calcio Mercato revealed that the Red Devils are willing to immediately pay around 60/70 million euros (£59.5million) to lure the Dutch international.

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As per Tutto Atalanta, the Old Trafford outfit are ready to make a substantial offer to secure the 26-year-old attacking midfielder.

TA state Man Utd seem willing to pay the above mentioned fee to sign Koopmeiners from Atalanta.

Last but not the least, as per a story published by CorSera today (via Paisley Gates), Man Utd broke the bank for Hojlund, and La Dea know the Red Devils can spend a huge amount to hire Teun from the club.

The renowned media source claim the fee demanded by Atalanta for the Europa League winner is 60 to 70 million euros (£59.5million).

Man Utd face stiff competition from Liverpool, who can also meet the asking price, on the other hand, Juventus have an edge because the player wants to stay in the Serie A.

Koopmeiners featured in the No.10 role for Atalanta last term, scored 15 goals and provided 7 assists in all competitions.

At Old Trafford, the CAM position is occupied by skipper, Bruno Fernandes, who is arguably the best player in the squad.

However, as per The Guardian, his future is up in the air and Ratcliffe would listen to serious offers of at least £70million if the Portuguese is to leave this summer.

In your opinion, should Man Utd sign Koopmeiners to replace Fernandes?

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