Eduardo Camavinga, another Man United target, has ‘liked’ a post about Jadon Sancho’s arrival to Old Trafford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad is interested in both players. And, following a contract with Borussia Dortmund on Wednesday night, a deal for the latter is expected to be finalized soon.
Sancho will cost Manchester United approximately £72 million.
And it’s fantastic news for the Red Devils, who were quoted a fee of £108 million a year ago.
Camavinga, another star on the club’s radar, might now join Sancho at the club.
And the Frenchman has hinted that he is impressed by the club’s operations by ‘liking’ a post about Sancho on social media.
The news was conveyed by 433, and Camavinga provided his verdict without saying anything, implying that he approves of the development.
Of course, it’s possible that the Rennes youngster is simply pleased to see such an exciting move go through.
However, with the 18-year-old on United’s radar, it wouldn’t be surprising if he followed Sancho to Manchester United this summer.
United’s transfer market business isn’t over yet, with the Glazers aware that they’ll need more recruits if they’re to win the Premier League.
Sancho is a good start, and Camavinga would be a great addition as well.
However, as they seek title success next season, the club is also looking for reinforcements at centre-back and right-back.
Meanwhile, this how Rio Ferdinand reacted to United’s deal with Sancho:
“On the right hand side, and the left hand side, we haven’t got a winger who goes on the outside. Who goes on the outside, and can cross the ball.
“That’s what you need. He can go both ways, plays with both feet, and on that right wing, as well as Mason’s done, and I’m a massive Mason Greenwood fan, out there, having a winger.
“This is Man United, always associate yourselves with wingers, always have done over the years. In our most successful times, there’s always been wide players who can go out there and cross the ball.
“Mason, he comes inside, he wants goals. It’s a good element, it’s an important aspect, but Jadon will give you both options, and for a full-back, terrible news.
“That’s the beautiful thing about him, the game doesn’t quicken up in his mind.
“He gets into those fast situations where for a lot of players it becomes hazy. His is a clear picture still, running at full speed or not. He sees it in pure HD.
“That’s the element he’s going to bring, and the element of going out on the outside, beating the full-back and crossing it.
“Then you’ve got Mason Greenwood, Cavani, Rashford coming in from the other side. We should be getting more goals from those scenarios next season to add to the attacking variety.”