Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Watford winger Ismaila Sarr. The player also wants to move to the Premier League.
A number of Premier League sides are currently linked with a move for the Senegal winger. Watford are also open to selling him for the right price.
MANCHESTER UNITED AND ISMAILA SARR TRANSFER LINKS FULL STORY
According to reports, Manchester United are showing interest in Senegal and Watford winger Ismaila Sarr. However, the reports adds that they are only monitoring his situation. The club are yet to register a bid for the winger. The club and player are both open to a move. Sarr could become a valuable component of the Manchester United team’s attack.
Watford are reportedly asking for around a 25million for the winger. However, they are open to negotiating a lower fee with the interested clubs. The direct approach style of Sarr could offer United something different in the attacking half. Although, the current focus of Manchester United remains on Frenkie De Jong and Adrien Rabiot transfers.
WHAT WILL ISMAILA SARR OFFER TO THE RED DEVILS?
The winger has talent and technique in abundance. His wonder goal against West Brom was enough to show his talent to the fans. He can also be an outlet for Christian Eriksen and Bruno Fernandes. This was a big problem for them against Brighton before Ronaldo came on the field. However, the 24-year-old can be more fluid in his positioning than Ronaldo.
The winger will not start every game for Manchester United. However, he would offer great squad depth in the Europa League games. His game time will also depend on the status and fitness of players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Antony Martial. One thing is for clear United are looking for new signings after their loss to Brighton in the season opener of the Premier League.
There are many aspects of the game Ismaila Sarr needs to work on. However, there is no doubt that the winger could become an important squad player for Manchester United. The winger also fits in the budget for the Red Devils.
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