Manchester United considering summer move for Thomas Partey Featured
25 Mar

Manchester United considering summer move for Thomas Partey

Ghana international Thomas Partey is one of Manchester United’s transfer targets as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer eyes a defensive midfielder.
The Red Devils are looking to splash out on another summer spree when the transfer window opens.
Solskjaer has not been scared to open the chequebook, signing the likes of Harry Maguire, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Bruno Fernandes for big money.
And he has not done yet as he looks to complete the rebuilding job he took on in 2018.
There are still some missing pieces to the jigsaw with a solid defensive midfielder among them.
Nemanja Matic has enjoyed something of a return to form in recent weeks but is not the long-term solution at the age of 31.
It has led to eyes from United being cast at Atletico Madrid star Partey, according to the Manchester Evening News.
Under Diego Simeone, the Ghana international has been transformed into one of the best in the position.
After the departure of Rodri to Manchester City, Partey has taken on a more prominent role in the first team.
And his performances have earned him a number of top European sides taking an interest.
One of them is United, though Manchester Evening News report that they will have their work cut out trying to sign him.
First, Atletico are not easy negotiators and are not thought to be thinking about the midfielder’s departure.
And then they would also need Partey to agitate for a move away.
Nevertheless, the 26-year-old would be a sizeable upgrade on the current crop at United.
As well as the Red Devils, Arsenal have been strongly linked with the Atletico ace.
The Spanish club are in talks over a new contract with the hope that his release clause can be improved from €50m to €100m.
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