BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, 🚨🚨 HERE WE GO, Manchester United has reportedly reached a verbal agreement to sign inter Milian combative full-back in 2024/2025. Barcelona and several Premier League teams have been linked with a move for this star player over the past few months, but joining man united remains his priority and he has avoided renewing his Porto contract at the request of Manchester United.


Manchester United is said to be at the forefront of the race to secure the signature of Inter full-back Denzel Dumfries. Over the past two transfer windows, there have been persistent links between the Dutchman and a potential move to Old Trafford. Although a swap deal involving Aaron Wan-Bissaka heading to the San Siro was rumored in January, it ultimately did not materialize. Nonetheless, according to reports from Tuttosport, Manchester United remains a prominent player in discussions regarding Dumfries.

It’s been indicated that Dumfries, aged 27, is the sole first-team player currently on Inter’s departure list as they approach the summer transfer window. This is due to his contract situation; he is seeking €5 million annually to extend his stay in Italy. However, Inter deems this salary demand excessive and therefore aims to offload him this summer rather than risk losing him on a free transfer in 2025. Dumfries, who primarily operates as a right-sided player but is also capable of playing in midfield, presents an intriguing prospect for potential suitors.

Meanwhile, Sir Jim Ratcliffe has purportedly made a decision regarding the future of Hannibal Mejbri at the club. The Tunisian midfielder embarked on a loan spell at Sevilla in January, but his initiation in La Liga was challenging, resulting in his exclusion from the squad after a tumultuous debut. Sevilla’s manager, Quique Sanchez Flores, advised him to take a step back and grasp the essence of playing for the Spanish club.

Although Hannibal’s hiatus from the Sevilla squad has concluded, his involvement on the pitch has been limited, with him playing less than a full half of football across three appearances. According to Football Insider, Ratcliffe and his associates are contemplating a permanent transfer for the 21-year-old in the summer. INEOS, the parent company of the club, purportedly seeks a squad overhaul at the conclusion of the campaign, with Hannibal identified as surplus to requirements.

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