Report: Man United have everything agreed with £36million forward – Others interested

Wissam Ben Yedder Sevilla Man United

If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United are linked with French international and Sevilla forward Wissam Ben Yedder.

According to La Colina de Nervion, Manchester United everything agreed with the La Liga star. Such a statement would generally mean that the Red Devils have agreed personal terms with the player but that has not been specifically mentioned by the source.

The Spanish outlet have stated that top European clubs like Spanish champions Barcelona and French champions PSG are also interested in luring the former Toulouse striker.

Transfer: Man Utd want signing done in days, believe player wants Old Trafford move

As far as our strike-force is concerned, Solksjaer has got Rashford and Lukaku at his disposal. The former has recently agreed a new deal with the club but the latter is linked with a move away from Old Trafford.

According to reports (Tutto Sport), Inter Milan are keen on signing the Belgian international. If Lukaku does end up leaving us then a quality replacement should be signed and Ben Yedder would be a top capture.

The £36million-rated (talkSPORT) forward featured in 54 games in all competitions for Sevilla last season and directly contributed in no fewer than 41 goals.

Lukaku and Rashford were able to score a combined 28 goals in the last campaign. On the other hand, the 28-year-old La Liga striker found the net 30 times.

Ben Yedder is naturally right footed player but he can strike the ball well with his left foot as well. Last season, he netted 10 goals with his weaker foot. In addition, the Les Bleus star is a versatile talent, who can effectively play in the secondary striker’s role as well.

In the 2017-18 season, he scored 8 goals in as many starts in the Champions League and it must be remembered that he bagged a brace at Old Trafford to knock United out of the competition.

In your opinion, should United let Lukaku leave and replace him by signing Ben Yedder?




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