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Manchester United thinking of signing Boubacar Kamara next summer

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Manchester United are reportedly ready to explore the possibility of signing a deal with Marseille’s Boubacar Kamara.

The 21-year-old has made 125 appearances for his current club, Marseille. He has scored three goals and has five assists to his name. His contract is going to expire in June next year, 2022.

As it stands, the midfielder is free to discuss a pre-contract with foreign clubs in January. A number of teams are believing to be interesting in the France Under-21s international.

According to Fichajes, Man United are keeping a close eye on the developments surrounding Kamara and could make a move when the winter transfer window opens for business.

The report, though, claims that the Red Devils are likely to face competition from both Arsenal and Sevilla.

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campaign. He has featured against Montpellier, Bordeaux and Saint-Etienne.

Man United are planning to be exploring alternative options in the event. They are thinking out a move for West Ham United‘s Declan Rice during next summer’s transfer window.

According to Fichajes, Manchester United are one of the three clubs who are interesting in a potential move for Marseille talent Boubacar Kamara. 

The Red Devils, who currently possess the likes of Nemanja Matic, Paul Pogba, Donny van de Beek, Fred, Scott McTominay, and Bruno Fernandes in their midfield line, might add another midfield to their ranks next summer.

There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future of Pogba, who has entered into the final year of his contract and could leave on a free transfer next summer. Additionally, Nemanja Matic’s current contract at the Manchester-based club is set to expire in two years. So, signing a midfielder next summer will be a timely addition to the squad.

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