Man Utd submit ‘dizzying’ offer, prepared to agree £52million signing – Report

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According to reports from Spain, Manchester United have submitted a dizzying offer to sign Takefusa Kubo and are even prepared to agree a fee of £52million (clause) to secure his signing.

As per today’s version of Mundo Deportivo (news image provided below), Real Sociedad want to mobilize all their efforts to ensure they are able to hold on to key players.

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Above all, the La Liga club wish to agree new deals with wanted stars like playmaker, Kubo, and midfielder, Zubimendi.

MD claim Kubo has ‘dizzying offers’ on the table from clubs, who are prepared to ‘approach or pay’ the termination clause of £52million (60 million euros).

The offers are from Man Utd, Real Madrid and teams from Saudi Arabia.

Kubo mainly features on the right flank and in the current campaign, so far, he has directly contributed in 10 goals in 24 appearances for Sociedad.

On the other hand, United’s first choice right winger, Antony, is yet to score or create a single goal this season.

The ridiculous stat that sums up his performance for Ten Hag is that in 2023, he only found the net once in 33 Premier League outings.

The Brazilian international was lured for a mammoth fee from Ajax and it is time for Man Utd to get rid of him as soon as possible.

In your opinion, should the Red Devils lure Kubo to replace Antony? Should Man Utd agree the £52million fee needed to sign the Japanese winger?

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