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Manchester United Transfer News: Deals with Inaki Williams, Mario Mandzukic, Fernando Llorente

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    Manchester United Transfer News Deals Inaki Williams Mario Mandzukic Fernando Llorente

    Manchester United are going to become the biggest traders at the deadline of Football transfer windows. Most of their players are already in demands and might leave their team soon. Paul Pogba, Marcus Rojo and Romelu Lukaku are some of the hottest stars which every football clubs wants. In order to replace them, here are the potential Man United deals with Inaki Williams, Mario Mandzukic, Fernando Llorente.

    Inaki Williams

    Manchester United Transfer News Deals Inaki Williams

    The Spanish club Athletic Bilbao are releasing their star forward, Inaki Williams for £81 million contract amount. The 25-year-old player has garnered huge fame in the recent La Liga tournament. There are also reports of Liverpool eyeing for Williams in the transfer window. But the team of Manchester United is confident that they could sign Inaki Williams before the trade deadline.

    Mario Mandzukic

    Manchester United Transfer News Deals Mario Mandzukic

    Manchester United are pretty much interested in the Croatian forward Mario Mandzukic. It is why they offered club Juventus Romelo Lukaku to swap Mario, but the Italian club declined the deal. The 33-year-old forward have a lot of experience and has played even in the world cup finals. If Man United are not able to sign any good forward, they might agree to the €15 million contract amount for Mandzukic.

    Fernando Llorente

    Manchester United Transfer News Deals fernando llorente

    Man United are back in business to sign the Spanish striker Fernando Llorente in their football club. The former Tottenham Hotspur star is currently a free agent and will gladly accept the offer to play at the Old Trafford. Romelu Lukaku has to be replaced and Llorente is perfectly fit for the job. The transfer window will close at 5 pm, BST and Man United can make deals even after that.

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