The transfer window is very well now in full swing, you can trust GFN to bring to you transfer reports from the top Clubs of the Premier League.
Manchester United have been active in the transfer window, which is justified by the signing of Victor Lindelof from Benfica. The Sign of the Swede means Jose Mourinho is short of more signings as he aims to bring back the glory days for United.
The Red Devils have been heavily linked with a move for Alvaro Morata, and Nemanja Matic but it was Belgian stalwart Romelu Lukaku who headlined the transfer media wave of the Old Trafford Landlord.
We take a swipe of Man United transfer latest update.
We understand that an agreement has been reached between Man United and Everton for the transfer of Lukaku. The deal is believe to be worth £75million and the striker has agreed personal terms to the tune of £250k per week in wages on a five year deal.
Lukaku is currently in LA, and he will have his medical right there in the coming days while he waits for the rest of United’s team to link up with him.
With Matt Darmian apparently heading for the exit door of Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho is in the search of the full back and Semedo seem to have tickled his fancy for a move.
For Semedo, Benfica wants a £44m offer which will likely make Man United withdraw and attempt a deal for him in January,
While Man United were negotiating for Morata, Mourinho had Lukaku as his prime target. We hear that United and Real Madrid were just £4.4million apart in their negotiations for the Spaniard.
Inardentently, Morata is angry over Man United’s decision to sign Lukaku ahead of him, which may see him lacing his boots for Chelsea.
The silky assist-king is considering staying put at the Santiago Bernabeu and fighting for his shirt according to report. Rodriguez is contented with the amount of money accruing into his account through sponsorship deals and in wages, which he may not get at United.
Bales has been made available to Man United for £88million according to report – Spanish media outlet Dario Gol claim the President of Madrid Florentino Perez is pushing for the departure of the Welsh, with Paris Saint Germain and United keenly interested.
The Express reports that Wayne Rooney is set for a sensational return to his boyhood Club after a success 13-year spell at Stamford Bridge.
United are willing to waive a sign on fee for the striker to enable the Toffees match his wage demand. We understand that he will be handed the number 10 Jersey for the Merseyside Club.