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United open talks with Juventus chief over deal



Manchester United

It has been revealed that Manchester United have open talks with departing Juventus general manager Beppe Marotta over a possible switch to the Old Trafford.

It is no longer news that the Departing Juventus chief will be leaving the Italian outfit.

According to the Independent, the Red Devils have held talks with Marotta to help the club in remodelling their football structure after concluding in-house talks.

United also set their eyes on Juventus sporting director Fabio Paratici who has had successful records with the club’s transfer dealings, especially the recruitment of Cristiano Ronaldo to Italy.

Meanwhile, Paratici recently renewed his contract with Juventus and might not be a possibility to the Manchester club but there are hopes on Marotta who is already sure of leaving Italy.

The departing Juventus chief has not made any decision on his future as he is said to be monitoring the situations of offers available for him.

However, Manchester United are confident they will lure him to England knowing that they have got great history and are well known around Europe.

It is the hope of the Red Devils to have a new structure that will ensure it meets up with the current standard available with other clubs.

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