Manchester United are reportedly working on a potential £110million double deal for this summer’s transfer window.
The Red Devils have been linked by various sources with two major raids on each of their biggest rivals Arsenal and Chelsea.
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The Daily Mirror have today reported that United have made contact over signing £50m-rated Gunners right-back Hector Bellerin, though Juventus supposedly remain the favourites to snap him up for the moment.
Meanwhile, a recent report from the Sun has also claimed United are eager to sign Chelsea winger Willian, who would likely cost around £60m.
Both look ideal for United’s needs, with the club likely to need to replace the ageing Antonio Valencia at right-back despite his strong performances this season.
Bellerin is known to want out of Arsenal so it could be a good time to pounce for a talented young player who has shown in the past how well he can link up with Alexis Sanchez.
Willian, meanwhile, hasn’t always been assured of a starting place at Chelsea and is a big favourite of Jose Mourinho, who signed him during his time as Blues boss.
£110m for two proven Premier League players actually looks exceptionally good value in this market and fans will no doubt hope both make their way to Old Trafford this summer.