Man Utd threaten to pay £42.4million to secure signing – Report

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Manchester United have not reinforced their central midfield since the summer of 2018 when Fred was brought from Mourinho. In all fairness, it was baffling to see Ole not sign any CM in the latest transfer window

The Red Devils allowed Chelsea to seal the signing of Saul Niguez and are left with lack of quality in the center of the park. Therefore, the department must be reinforced as soon as possible.

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According to El Nacional, Man Utd are interested in signing Spanish international, Gavi, who has a release clause of 50 million euros in his contract (£42.4million) and the Old Trafford club would have no problem in activating it.

The Catalan source have stated that Man Utd threaten to pay £42.4million to sign the player from Barcelona, who intend to agree a new contract with the 17-year-old that would have a massive release clause of 500 million euros.

Two days back, Gavi made his international debut in the UEFA Nations League vs European Champions Italy and became the youngster ever player to feature for La Furia Roja. The youngster started and impressed big time for Luis Enrique’s side.

For the Nou Camp outfit, so far, the teenage sensation has already made 7 appearances for the senior side and provided an assist (vs Granada).

The £42.4million clause is reachable but the major dilemma is that Gavi wants to stay and grow with the Catalan giants. In your opinion, who should Man Utd sign to improve their midfield department?

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