Manchester United ready to sign Mohammed Salisu in January Featured
26 Nov

Manchester United ready to sign Mohammed Salisu in January

The English Premier League giants have expressed interest in signing the Real Valladolid youngster in the next transfer window.

Ghanaian defender Mohammed Salisu has emerged as a transfer target for Manchester United, according to a report filed by Diario de Valladolid.
The player’s agent is the father of United playmaker Juan Mata and the Red Devils have been alerted to his €12m release clause - viewed as affordable, and the club have extensively scouted the 20-year-old.
The central defender’s contract at Real Valladolid runs through until 2022 having been penned back in May, while he is yet to be capped for the Ghanaian national team.
He is viewed as a rising star by the club but is also seen as still having a great deal of room for improvement, so is likely to stay at the Primera outfit until the end of the current campaign, at least.
Valladolid are concerned the player will depart for his release clause as they see his value as being far in excess of this amount, with the report adding his skillset is ‘tailored for English football’.
Everton, Newcastle, Southampton and Norwich City are four other English clubs who have been linked to Salisu, who debuted for Valladolid this season after replacing Fernando Calero, who was sold to Espanyol this summer.
Mohammed earned his debut call-up to the senior national team of Ghana for their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers but failed to make the represent his country due to injury.
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