Mourinho In Transfer Talks Over £50M Duo As January Approaches
Manchester United fans around the world are eagerly awaiting January’s transfer window, as well as the red devils Europa League game against Zorya.
It is obvious the team presently have an unbalanced squad at hand right now, and reports had further stated that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho could lose two of his members in January after fresh transfer talks were apparently held last weekend.
According to the report, boardroom discussions took place at Goodison Park as United drew 1-1 to Everton in their 14th English Premier League game this season, another frustrating game for the red devils.
The Toffees are reportedly very much interested in signing both Memphis Depay and Morgan Schneiderlin, with both said to be available.
Since moving to Manchester United in 2015, the duo have struggled for game time despite displaying outstanding performances at their former clubs. The show of class each player displayed in their respective clubs prompted Manchester United to splash huge money for their signatures back then in 2015 with Louis van Gaal spending around £50m to bring the pair to Old Trafford. Nevertheless, as United players, neither of them have performed as expected.
Everton chief Ronald Koeman is said to have made Memphis Depay his priority and is believed to have around £60m to spend in the New Year sales. The Dutchman is reported to have attracted interest from Roma and could well be available on loan.