Manchester United have reportedly lodged a bid to sign Juventus attacker Douglas Costa.
United have dropped a bid north of 50 million pounds for the Brazilian attacker.
United bounced back to good form after a gloomy past with former manager Jose Mourinho. Caretaker boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer found a way to flip the fortunes in their favour, recording his second victory as interim manager.
But it was French midfielder Paul Pogba who owned the spotlight after scoring a brace for the Premier League side to cut the gulf of difference between them and fifth-place Arsenal to six points, who were later pegged back by Chris Hughes Brighton on Wednesday.
Mourinho’s regime was hit by waves of criticisms and scorn from some of his players knifed his side, causing plenty of fall outs with not just the squad but the management.
Mourinho never approved the club’s hunt for Costa, crying for a centre-back instead. However, with him cropped out of the Old Trafford’s picture, United will resume the hunt for the 28-year-old.
And according to reports, Solskjaer has been asked to give his opinion on the move.
Nonetheless, Juventus is said to be dragging the transfer and don’t fancy him leaving in January. However, it is claimed they want United to stump up 70 million pounds for the Brazilian