Manchester United are said to be the only club to be part of this Atletico Madrid star who is quite simply one of the best in the business.
Manchester United went to the San Siro and sent AC Milan packing of the UEFA Europa League thanks to a goal early in the second half of Paul Pogba’s return. Things are looking up for Old Trafford’s outfit as they prepare for their FA Cup quarter-final match against Leicester City on Sunday.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at the main stories involving Manchester United from March 19, 2021.
Manchester United signs lucrative £ 235million deal with Teamviewer
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic, Manchester United were able to secure a massive £ 235million shirt deal with German tech company Teamviewer. This is apparently the most expensive shirt deal in Premier League history.
In the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, fewer companies are ready to enter sponsorship deals with clubs, let alone such a lucrative deal like this. It is suggested that Teamviewer being a relatively lesser-known entity is a good thing for Manchester United’s global ambition.
The deal is a feather in the cap for Ed Woodward, whose business acumen can be put to good use now that he is no longer in charge of making footballing decisions at Old Trafford after further appointments on that front.
Edinson Cavani reaches verbal agreement to join Boca Juniors
According to a Exclusive Football Insider, Manchester United striker Edinson Cavani has reached an agreement with Brazilian team Boca Juniors to join the club at the end of the current season.
Cavani joined Manchester United as a free agent last summer and signed a one-year contract. Although it has been suggested that Manchester United want to extend the Uruguayan’s contract by at least a year, it seems that there is very little chance that Cavani will extend his contract with the Red Devils.
Edinson Cavani’s father Luis told Argentine channel TYC Sports last week, that his son is not settled in Old Trafford and that he is bending over to return to South America.
Saul Niguez wants to leave Atletico Madrid and Manchester United are ready to sign him
Manchester United have tried several combinations in the central midfield and although they have impressive and defensive midfielders, none of them seem to work very well in tandem.
Another report claims Manchester United are ready to pay € 35-40million for the 26-year-old and currently they are the only side interested in signing him.