Manchester United Planning a £25m transfer from Benfica
Manchester United Planning a £25m transfer from Benfica: Ramos, the 21-year-old has 8 goals in 12 games this Football season. Which is prompting United to make a contract as representatives.
Benfica has valued him at £25 million and United’s not going to go above 25. However, as per the reports, the player has a £100 million release clause.
The Portuguese 21-year-old star was initially linked to Newcastle in the last window. As Eddie Howe was searching for a striker. Moreover, He is now being tracked by the Bayern Munich club.
However, the United boss is not having a big transfer pot for January. As he has gone over the budget this summer. However, he is still recognizing an urgent need for another forward in the squad. Consequently, Injuries to Anthony and Marcus have exposed how short United’s in the forward department. Cristiano Ronaldo is their only recognized and fit striker.
Ramos last season scored a goal against Liverpool in the Champions League quarter-finals second leg
This season he started his campaign with the amazing hat-trick against Denmark’s Midtjylland in the league. He has 4 goals in 6 appearances along with two assists.
Erik Ten hag looking to make the forward department strong
This summer window, Erik Ten Hag spent £206.7 million which is the highest spending for United ever. He has four transfers along with the free signing of Christian Eriksen. They have helped the united’s to transform and come back on track. After their horror two opening games. They lost against Brighton and Brentford. These two games got a lot of Criticism and grabbed eyeballs from fans and critics.
Since then they have won four Premier League games and have lost only against our Arsenal this season. Even in Europa League group games, Man Utd lost their opening match. Now they are back on track from last week against Moldova’s Sheriff.
With injuries in the forward department of United’s. They are again in trouble and need to find strong backups in the January window.