First up, according to the Daily Mirror, Manchester United are once again interested in making a move for South Korea and Napoli centre-back Kim Min-jae, after his solid showing at the World Cup.
The report states that Manchester United had the opportunity to sign him earlier when he was playing for Beijing Guoan in the Chinese Super League for a cheap fee, but decided to pass on it.
Kim Min-jae would likely replace Victor Lindelof or Harry Maguire in the United set-up, with Raphael Varane and Lisandro Martinez currently Erik ten Hag’s starting centre-back duo.
Next, West Ham are reportedly considering signing out-of-favour Manchester United right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka on loan, according to reliable West Ham news source ExWHUEmployee:
“West Ham like Aaron Wan-Bissaka of Manchester United,” the source reports. “A possible loan move could be explored.”
Wan-Bissaka hasn’t been a part of Erik ten Hag’s plans ever since the Dutchman arrived at the Old Trafford, playing just four minutes in the Premier League so far.
Finally, Manchester United have been scouting Portuguese forward since before the World Cup, according to Fabrizio Romano:
“Manchester United are considering many options, we know about Cody Gakpo but there are also others. They are still in internal discussions to decide the best option and then they will proceed. They had their scouts watch Gonçalo Ramos with Benfica many times, but the same happened with other clubs,” said Romano in his exclusive column for CaughtOffside.
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