First signing confirmed: Man united set to announce their first January signing tomorrow, club accepted £65m fee, Medical not expected to exceed 24hrs as announcement will be done Today. - sportupdate
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First signing confirmed: Man united set to announce their first January signing tomorrow, club accepted £65m fee, Medical not expected to exceed 24hrs as announcement will be done Today.



First verified signature: Tomorrow, Manchester United is scheduled to make an announcement regarding their first January acquisition. The club has accepted a £65

million fee for the player. The medical examination is not anticipated to take longer than twenty-four hours, as the announcement is imminent.As reported by Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are in the process of acquiring new players for their squad this month, and one striker is reportedly “open” to a transfer to Old Trafford.United is in pursuit of new recruits…

On Sunday, Sir Jim Ratcliffe made his inaugural appearance in the house and observed the Red Devils and Tottenham Hotspur battle to a 2-2 stalemate. Seeing the devastation caused by injury issues will have provided the 71-year-old with much to ponder as he strives to enhance the football culture at Old Trafford.At first glance, the INEOS executive appears to be a key figure eager to assist Erik ten Hag in long-term planning and integrating youthful players into a structure that will allow them to become Premier League stars for decades to come. Football Insider reports that Arthur Vermeeren, a midfielder for Royal Antwerp, has been identified as a possible target for a summer transfer.The Red Devils are reportedly “all over” the predicament of the 18-year-old, having maintained regular contact with his agency, and could attempt to complete a £25 million acquisition with performance-related add-ons potentially increasing the price to around £50 million.


Ten Hag’s squad is also laying the foundation for the employment of Joao Neves, a star for Benfica, in an effort to advance another pursuit that may gain momentum later this year. Notwithstanding this, the manager of the Portuguese giants, Roger Schmidt, has affirmed that the 19-year-old will under no circumstances be sold this month.


However, according to a new report, United have also initiated communication with an experienced striker who is interested in a return to England.Eric Choupo-Moting is amenable to a transfer to Manchester United.

According to transfer insider Romano, Bayern Munich forward Eric Choupo-Moting is “open” to joining Manchester United this month, he told GiveMeSport.


Previous reports have indicated that the Red Devils and his representatives have been in communication regarding a potential transfer. Borussia Dortmund agent Donyell Malen and Stuttgart poacher Serhou Guirassy have also been contacted.


Romano responded to the news source, “I believe he will be receptive to that. Furthermore, according to what I’ve heard, Bayern Munich is extremely pleased with him because he has always performed admirably professionally, been on point, and been available under ideal circumstances.


“Although they already have Harry Kane, Bayern would like to keep Mathys Tel because he is still very young; he is performing exceptionally well, but he is still very young.”According to Choupo-Moting statistics on Transfermarkt, the 34-year-old has recorded three goals in 20 appearances across all competitions this season, earning the laudatory adjective of “great” from erstwhile manager Julian Nagelsmann.


Although not aesthetically pleasing in appearance, the former Stoke City player could provide useful attacking expertise and dependable support for Anthony Martial and Rasmus Hojlund for the remainder of the season, making him a short-term solution worth monitoring.