With plenty of days still yet to roll by till the close of the transfer window, Manchester United who are yet to nail a deal for a marquee player, however, they have been able to score some points in the market for younger signings.
14-year-old Norwegian teenager Isaac Hansen-Aarøen future has been a subject of debate in his club Tromsø. United, Liverpool and Everton are said to have acknowledged their interests in the player.
But the Mancunians look very well laid back and are undisturbed. Perhaps it is because of the talks that has rolled out of news outlets that Old Trafford are miles ahead of the competition for his signature.
Talks spilling out of Norway’s Bergen Tidende have claimed that representatives from Hansen-Aarøen camp are headed to Old Trafford to marshal out plans for his switch.
According to the publication, it is understood that an announcement is clearly on the horizon. It said “announcement is not too far away.”
According to Tromsø, the club’s sporting director Svein-Morten Johansen and general manager Kristian Hoydal have flown over to England to settle.
It is understood the deal to finalise his move has reached the closing stages, which leaves Liverpool and Everton many paces off.