DEVASTATING NEWS: “he can go I’m not going to hold back i don’t see any future here in Manchester United for him” reports coming from a reliable source states that Erik ten Hag has told one of his most outstanding players to leave the club after his recent poor performance and injury setback. He said the France international won’t succeed at United. The club has identified a top defensive target in the January transfer window, and he will come at an outrageous cost.


Manchester United reportedly decided on their top defensive target for the upcoming summer.

Raphael Varane’s future at Manchester United is uncertain as the Frenchman has descended in the hierarchy following two strong performances that earned him a starting position.

Erik ten Hag is naturally keen to get a younger centre defender to replace Varane after he recovers from his injury because Varane is thirty years old.

Although Jean-Clair Todibo of OGC Nice has been linked to the Red Devils, it seems that the Old Trafford club has selected a different top candidate for that position.

This transfer is subject to a number of restrictions, so before United takes any further action, they would like to find out more about Silva’s employment status at the dominant Portuguese company. The defender’s contract includes a release clause worth €100 million (£86 million).

The defender, who is only 20 years old, is the ideal age for United. The youthful Portuguese athlete averagely completes a remarkable 94% of his passes.

The amount itself might be a sticking point, even though it seems unlikely that the Red Devils will spend £86 million to acquire a comparatively unknown center-back.

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United’s budget

Although the club’s spending plan is unknown, it would be unexpected if United used the majority of it on the Portuguese defender when there are more excellent options available at competitive costs.

United will be aware of their transfer budget when Sir Jim Ratcliffe completes his 25% ownership of the team, which could happen at any time.

Todibo would be a better option as a result because he has proven his ability at a higher level and would cost about half as much as Silva.

Nevertheless, Silva, 20, seems to be the player the Red Devils hope to bring in for the summer of 2019.

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