Barcelona star agrees to join Manchester United, transfer terms being negotiated

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Barcelona forward Ousmane Dembele has reportedly agreed to seal a transfer to Manchester United as the terms of the deal are being negotiated.

This latest update on Dembele’s future comes from the reliable Duncan Castles, and it follows plenty of recent back-and-forth speculation over the France international…

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United fans will hope Dembele can be a success at Old Trafford, though the 23-year-old hasn’t had the most impressive of spells at Barcelona.

The Red Devils need more options in attack, and if Dembele can get back to his best then he’ll surely be a fine addition to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s struggling squad.

Dembele looked a huge talent in his time at Borussia Dortmund, and may benefit from a change of scene after some injury struggles and perhaps a loss of confidence in his time at the Nou Camp.

United were thrashed 6-1 by Tottenham in yesterday’s Premier League clash, so could surely benefit from making some signings late on today before the deadline passes.

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  1. With all this super signings, still there is no way MU will progress to a level, to compete with Liverpool and Man City. Cause the Manager (Ole solskjaer) has no football brain’s to manage a team, we have already seen it. Better to get rid of both Ed Woodward and Ole solskjaer out from Man Utd, as soon as possible.

    1. I strongly share same view with you, if Manchester United so wish to be better again they desist from putting square pegs in round holes. No amount of marquee signings will work as getting rid of Ed Woodward, Ole, and other staffs at the club who know little or nothing about managing a football club

  2. you are really stupid saying ole has no brains. i wonder how you became a journalist knowing nothing about soccer. you a waste of breadth.

    1. I think you know nuts of football. You are total disgrace to be a MU fan. A manager buys a player (Donny) and keeps him in the reserve when the entire team is struggling. What do you call this manager. Briliiant.

  3. I think this will be good signing for man utd and I can’t wait to see him in red at OT

  4. you people are talking about getting rid of ole and woodward, you don’t talk about the fraudsters the “glazers family” who are concerns about enriching their pocket instead of investing massively to get quality players. if you can share the view of the past managers, you’ll realize that coaches are to be blamed for the whole issues, the board members always buy the player they feel they can afford not the one the manager need. they only buy one quality player to cope with many incompetents players does it work that way?, if you sack ole today and appoint another manager it’s still going to be the same thing no world class coach that will come to man united without having an agreement to spent big on players, this current squads are tired we need some quality players who will be there when others are out of form take a look at guardiola in city, if u calculate how much he has spent in three seasons is about 1.2billion pounds, can the Glazers afford that?

    1. I agree with you to a certain point. It is not that easy to kick out the Glazers cause at this point of time, (pandemic issues going on) no billionaires are going to pump in any certain money to buy or invest in any property or organisation. Therefore, as I said better to get rid of Ed Woodward and Ole solskjaer, so the CEO or Football Director who with good football knowledge runs the Club. That’s my thought.

  5. buying just a player to man defensive, midfield and striking problems is certainly not a step towards solving a lasting solution.

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