‘Sensible This, I’d Take Him For Definite’ ‘AWB 2.0’ Fans Discuss Reports That United Are Among 4 Clubs Pursuing France International

‘Sensible This, I’d Take Him For Definite’ ‘AWB 2.0’ Fans Discuss Reports That United Are Among 4 Clubs Pursuing France International
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Manchester United are considering whether to step up their interest in RB Leipzig right-back Nordi Mukiele, according to reports in the French media.

Liverpool and Arsenal have both been linked with the France international previously but United have also been keeping tabs on the player for several years.

If they do decide to go after Mukiele, however, they will face competition from the likes of Paris Saint-Germain, Atletico Madrid and Bayern Munich. Fans on Twitter are split on whether the 24-year-old would be a good signing:

Mukiele has had a decent season for Leipzig, racking up two goals and five assists in 37 appearances, but he is hardly the most attack-minded fullback.

With United keen to improve on Aaron Wan-Bissaka, who is very limited in the final third of the pitch, you would think that the Red Devils would be pursuing players with much better numbers in terms of assists and chance creation.

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  1. 9 months ago

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