BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United have submitted an official bid of €50m for Portuguese world-class star. According to reports, It is understood United have made “their first move” for Silva by contacting the Portugal international’s entourage to explore the possibility of a summer move to Old Trafford. United make ‘first move’ to sign €100m-rated star who may have already played his last home game.


Manchester United’s 3-2 victory over Newcastle provided Erik ten Hag some much-needed relief, allowing him to deliver an inspiring speech to the elated Old Trafford crowd ahead of the FA Cup final.

Young forwards like Amad Diallo and Alejandro Garnacho played crucial roles in keeping United’s hopes for European competition alive. However, persistent defensive issues were still apparent, highlighting the urgent need for INEOS to secure at least one top-tier centre-back, regardless of the season’s final outcomes.

The club’s hierarchy seems to have recognized this necessity, already working to strengthen a defense that has conceded 84 goals in all competitions this season, the highest in over 45 years.

Manchester United Contact Antonio Silva’s Representatives

According to TEAMtalk, Manchester United have approached the representatives of Benfica’s rising star Antonio Silva. The 20-year-old central defender, known for his exceptional passing and composure, is attracting interest from several high-profile clubs.

Silva is poised to be the next significant export from Liga Portugal, with reports suggesting he may have already played his last home game for Benfica. United have made their initial move by contacting Silva’s entourage to discuss a potential summer transfer to Old Trafford.

Benfica are unlikely to block Silva’s move should he agree to join United, who are seeking an ideal replacement for Raphael Varane. However, given United’s current situation, Benfica might insist on meeting their asking price, estimated at around €100m (£86m).

Given the financial constraints imposed by the Premier League’s PSR rules, signing Silva might be a challenging prospect for United. As an alternative, Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his team might consider targeting Fulham’s Tosin Adarabioyo, who will be available on a free transfer this summer.

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