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Michael Carrick Secretly Working on Target

Submitted by content on Thu, 09/19/2019 - 06:39

Michael Carrick, the coach of Manchester United has been working secretly on Sean Longstaff, whom Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wanted this summer at Old Trafford. The boss of Manchester United Solskjaer identified Longstaff as a target of transfer earlier in the summer, although after that the whole trail becomes cold.

The verdict to stall on the start of Newcastle came after the price tag of £50million was put on him. Although, Red Devils have many admirers from all across the world and they could move to the Premier League before the closing of the transfer window that is on the 8th of August. MU requires Longstaff with the side of Solskjaer is looking a bit short in the park middle. In recent time, Marouane Fellaini and Ander Herrera have been clubbed are yet to decide on replacements.

According to Athletic’s claim Carrick has been using all his Newcastle contacts to create Longstaff picture. Then he has been passed onto Solskjaer, who is very interested in signing. It is not like Michael Carrick is the only start of Unite who is helping the club this summer in the transfer market. According to information, Ryan Giggs and Gary Neville passed on Intel from the Crystal Palace figures for Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

Recommendation of Giggs is that Solskjaer sign Daniel James left by his maturity after a move to a club Leeds United become unsuccessful in January. And the number 2 of Solskjaer Mike Phelan, recommends Harry Maguire for the Red Devils. He is prepared to join for the record fee of £80m from Leicester.

Sharing information on penalty shootout victory over AC Milan, Solskjaer accepted that he could come against Chelsea in the opening game of the Premier League. He said, “I have a great idea of Chelsea starting line-up.”