The future of Ousmane Dembele remains up in the air and he is consistently linked with a move to Manchester United.
Sky Sports have reported that the Red Devils are in talks to secure a loan deal for the French forward, on the other hand, reports in Spain indicate that Barcelona want a permanent transfer.
According to Sport, if an offer of 60 million euros (£54.6million) arrive, the Catalan giants will opt to offload the Les Bleus attacker, who was mostly on the treatment table in the last campaign.
The 23-year-old star will be out of contract in 2022 and the renowned Spanish source have mentioned that if Barca fail to sell him this summer, it is likely that he will not even go for 20 million euros next year. Why? Because he will likely warm the bench this term.
Sport claim that at the moment, Dembele is the fifth choice attacker at the Nou Camp and will move further down the pecking order once Memphis Depay joins the club.
Therefore, the 5-time European Champions want to sell him for 60 million euros and it is mentioned that Man United could afford him. At the end, it is stated that there is no doubt, if the Old Trafford outfit make an offer of £54.6million, it would be accepted and Dembele would be gifted to the Red Devils.
As far as the current campaign is concerned, in the opening La Liga fixture vs Villareal, the former Borussia Dortmund attacker only featured for 20 minutes as a second half substitute.
On the other hand, in last night’s victory over Celta Vigo, Dutch manager Ronald Koeman did not even use the French international.
In your view, should Man Utd splash the cash to get his signing done?