Thirsty Man Utd-PSG deal could be on the cards, but if the star man wants out, he can leave

November 17, 2023 | by

Manchester United (“United”), which is trying to climb to the top of the English Premier League, and Paris Saint-Germain (“PSG”), which is trying to win the UEFA Champions League (“UCL”) by defending its Ligue 1 title, could make a big deal for each other. 아톰카지노 도메인

British newspapers The Mirror and The Express reported on Saturday (June 16) that an intriguing deal has been spotted as United prepare for the winter transfer window. The Red Devils are reportedly open to the possibility of a so-called “swap deal” that would see them send striker Anthony Martial to PSG in exchange for defender Nordy Mkhitaryan.

Marcial has been pushed out of the starting lineup since the arrival of Rasmus Højlund. While he is still without a goal on his league debut, he has been decisive in the UEFA Champions League (UCL) with five goals in four group games.

With Marcus Rashford playing a fundamental role, being relegated to a ‘third attacking option’ during Jadon Sancho’s absence from the first team is certainly a concern for Marcial.

The moment Hojbjerg scores his Premier League debut, Martial’s presence is further diminished. PSG seem intent on capitalizing on this. The PSG attack is still centered around Kylian Mbappe, with Lee Kang-In emerging as a natural passer. However, it has been speculated that Mbappe’s move to Real Madrid could be a transfer attempt.

The interesting part is that PSG are not the only ones interested in Marcial. “Inter Milan and Atletico Madrid are also mulling a move for him as they look to bolster their attack,” the outlet said, emphasizing that he’s a useful striker.

Manchester United also have a player they’d like to get from PSG. Moukiele, who can play both central defense and right back. Rafael Varane and Lisandro Martinez have both been injured and Harry Maguire has been utilized alongside Victor Lindelof, but it hasn’t worked out.

Mkhitaryan’s versatility is likely to have appealed to manager Eric ten Hagg. If Maguire, who has been up and down in recent form, moves on in the winter transfer window, Mukhiele’s move could become a reality. Of course, if Maguire doesn’t move, Mukhiele’s signing will be a tougher sell.

More of a right-back than a central defender, Mukhiele would be a great addition to the defense and pace of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Georginio Wijnaldum. Mukhiele wants to play full-time defense. As long as he maintains his individual form, the chances of a deal between the two clubs are increasingly likely.


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