Man United make stunning £62 million offer, Maguire ‘would be honoured’ to make move, Salah holding up Liverpool deal, (Video)Fekir to Premier League?
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Harry Maguire would be honoured to play for Manchester United and follow in the footsteps of his heroes Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand.
Maguire has become one of the most talked about players in the transfer window if you are a United fan, as there has been constant speculation in the media that Ole Gunnar Solskjsaer is keen to add him to the squad.
Solskjaer can sign players whom he believes will help get the side back inside the top four and then challenging for the premier League title, with Maguire on the shopping list, with the Englishman impressing for Leicester over the past 12 months.
And according to reports on the Sky Sports website the England defender is frustrated at Leicester’s stance at the moment and is reportedly keen to make the move to Old Trafford in the coming weeks.
The reports suggests that he would be honoured to follow the likes of Ferdinand and Vidic at United, who became two of the best defenders around after they made that big move to Old Trafford.
Maguire has a choice to make this summer as he looks set for that big move, and choosing United over Manchester City, and vice versa, is a tough one to make.
Shock reports have claimed Manchester United have made a £62million bid for Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Aubameyang has become the most important member of the Arsenal attack since his move to the Emirates and netted an impressive 31 goals for the Gunners last season.
However, there has been some talk in the media which has claimed that he has been tempted by a big money move to China, with talk that they are prepared to pay around £500,000-a-week to nail down his services.
But there has also been some speculation in the media linking United with a big money move for the Gabon hitman, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is desperate to add a world class striker to his attack, especially with Romelu Lukaku ass set to depart the club.
Lukaku is very unhappy at Old Trafford and all indications suggest that he will be sold to Inter in the coming days to help finance a move for a new striker.
And FCInterNews say Solskjaer wants Aubameyang to replace Lukaku, and has already made an offer of around £62 million to tempt the Gunners into selling their star striker.
There has been some reports which have claimed Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool target Nabil Fekir could head to Manchester United, but would he be a good move.
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Journalist Duncan Castles has claimed Nicolas Pepe’s move to Liverpool depends on Mohamed Salah.
Pepe has become one of the most sought after strikers in the game and has been linked with a mega money move to the Premier League with Arsenal boss Unai Emery keen on a deal.
Despite having one of the best attacks in the game, Emery feels that he needs to keep on improving the attack side of the game to challenge for the Premier League and Champions League titles.
However, Jurgen Klopp is eager to bring the 23-year-old to Anfield this summer in a deal worth around £71 million and speculation in the media has claimed that they are ready to pay the big money to complete this deal.
But Castles understands that a move for the £70million-rated Ivory Coast international will only happen if the Reds sell one of their top forwards.
Speaking on the Transfer Talk podcast on Sky Sports, Castles said: “There is a long-standing interest in Nicolas Pepe at Lille. They have talked to the player’s agent about a move.
“The feeling at Lille its that [a] deal will only happen if Liverpool sell one of their top strikers – and at Lille they believe that the possibility is that Mo Salah will move down the line and that Nicolas Pepe has been identified as a replacement there.
“There are obviously limitations on Liverpool from a financial perspective in that they have spent heavily on players in recent seasons, breaking transfer records on multiple occasions.”
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