BREAKING NEWS: confirmed by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United pursuit for Portuguese sensation have turned positive after the star agreed to join the club but only if one condition is met. According to reports, Manchester United have stepped up their pursuit of Goncalo Inacio in recent days, and the players is ready to make a move but only if Manchester United can met to his conditions. Man Utd step up pursuit of Inacio.


Liverpool and Manchester United have intensified their efforts to acquire Goncalo Inacio recently, as disclosed by sources at FootballTransfers. The young defender from Sporting CP possesses a release clause, but both clubs have reportedly inquired about submitting offers below that threshold.

Despite the imminent departure of Jurgen Klopp at the end of the season, Liverpool, under the guidance of Michael Edwards in transfer matters, remain steadfast in their pursuit of pre-established targets for the upcoming summer transfer window. Among these targets, Inacio has long been admired, yet Liverpool is exploring additional options to strengthen their defensive lineup. While there is admiration for Levi Colwill, securing the England international from Chelsea appears highly improbable.

Liverpool is cautiously evaluating their options before committing to meet Inacio’s release clause, which stands at £51 million. Sporting CP, acknowledging the likelihood of Inacio’s departure, also faces the potential exit of Ousmane Diomonde, who occupies the right side of the defense alongside Inacio.

Meanwhile, Manchester United is eyeing alternative targets alongside their interest in Inacio. Jarrad Branthwaite remains a key target, with Everton keen to offload the promising defender to generate funds. Everton is reportedly seeking around £75 million for Branthwaite, yet there is speculation that a bid of £65 million upfront, supplemented by add-ons, could meet the club’s valuation.

In addition to defensive reinforcements, Manchester United is also in the market for a striker and a right-back. Despite potential competition in these positions, Diogo Dalot is reportedly committed to staying and competing for his place at Old Trafford, showing no inclination to depart regardless of new arrivals.

Looking ahead, Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s investment is poised to bolster Manchester United’s spending power in the upcoming transfer window. However, the extent of their financial outlay hinges on the club’s European prospects.

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