Manchester United looking to sign midfielder after personal terms get agreed!

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Sky Sports News chief reporter Kaveh Solhekol has claimed that Manchester United are ready to hijack Paulinha’s move to Bayern Munich

The 28-year-old has spent two excellent seasons at Fulham since his £17m move from Sporting CP in 2022. In both campaigns, he has been the Premier League’s top tackler.

But according to reporter Solhekol – Man United are still interested in a deal for the midfielder – he told the Sky Sports website: ‘Barcelona and Manchester United are also interested but it is unlikely Barcelona would be able to afford him and there is uncertainty surrounding the managerial situation at United.

‘There is no release clause in the new Fulham contract Palhinha signed last September. The deal runs to 2028 and Fulham have the option to extend it by another year.

‘Palhinha almost moved to Bayern on Deadline Day last summer. Fulham also turned down a £45m bid from West Ham last July.

IcFootballnews View…

Look, Manchester United would be making a mistake trying to hijack a deal for the midfielder as he clearly wants to go to Bayern Munich – he is hoping that a deal is done rather quickly.

United do need to delve into that transfer kitty and add some more quality to the side -but at this point – there is no reason to sign a player that will not give 100 per cent for the club as he doesnt want to be there.

As we said it would be a mistake to try and sign the star.

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