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Man United To Smash Liverpool Transfer Record THIS Summer



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Premier League giants Liverpool might have to lose their transfer record to arch rivals Manchester United if reports in the British media are anything to go by.

Manchester United are ready to spend a lot of money to break the Reds’ transfer record defensively.

Liverpool splashed a whopping sum of £75m on Dutch international centre back Virgil Van Dijk in January 2018 to make the ex-Celtic star the most expensive defender in world football.

The Reds secured his transfer from fellow Premier League club Southampton in a world record transfer that eclipsed the £52m paid by Premier League champions Manchester City to sign England international right-back Kyle Walker from title rivals Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2017.

According to the publication from The Sun, Manchester United have concluded plans to spend £90m on Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly in a bid to boost their squad with a quality centre back signing this summer.

It would make him the most expensive defender ahead of Virgil Van Dijk if the Red Devils manage to pull off his transfer before the start of next season.

Recent reports have claimed that Manchester United had two bids rejected by Italian Serie A giants Napoli for the Senegalese international defender towards the end of last year.