Manchester United are reportedly preparing to send a £50 million player in exchange for two Brighton players. In order to strengthen the army in the coming summer.
Manchester United could have an advantage in their pursuit of Brighton star Alexis Mac Allister in the summer as Erik ten Hag attempts to sign the midfielder. The Red Devils need to overhaul their system after the lack of Christianity. Eriksen and Casemiro which is something the Dutchman hopes to avoid next season.
It is reported that Manchester United United are eyeing both Mac Allister and Moises Caicedo from Brighton. Despite both players costing upwards of £140m. Big name tiers for Ten Hag, either Harry Kane or Victor Osimhen, however funds could be tight especially. If the Glazer family do not approve a takeover of the UFABET club.
Ten Hag reportedly identified midfield as a key position to improve this summer. In addition to the new striker A way to offset the sky-high price might be to include one of Man City’s star players. United is an exchange. If Brighton were to lose both Caicedo and Mac Allister, their midfield positions would be scarce and would certainly be looking to add in midfield.
They could lose a very active midfielder and playmaker. But the damage would have been mitigated if United brought in Scott McTominay during negotiations for both teams. The Scot has been linked with a move away from the club. After becoming second choice to new signings, both Casemiro and Eriksen. Although he netted in the 2-0 win over Everton on Saturday April 8, it is likely the 26-year-old will find his playing time reduced further if the Brighton player One of them moved to Old Trafford.
He will reportedly be left out of the squad with United having options in midfield with Casemiro, Eriksen, Fred, Caicedo and Mac Allister (whoever One or both) and even Marcel Sabitzer if the Red Devils opt to sign the Austrian permanently. With midfield potential plentiful at Old Trafford, McTominay could consider a move elsewhere. And Newcastle are said to be his possible destination . United have priced the Scotland international at £50m, which could deter Eddie’s side. Howe and could open the door to a move to Brighton
His recent performances for the national team have shown that he can score goals as well. That is what has attracted Roberto De Zerbi’s side. At 26, McTominay may be keen to play in the first team. That is unlikely if he stays at United, he has made just 10 Premier League starts this season. And Brighton will certainly strengthen in midfield should Caicedo and Mac Allister leave.