Man Utd go all in on Mourinho, save money and move away from goalkeeper as option 1?

Manchester United’s goalkeeping plans are getting complicated.

먹튀검증 According to a report in the Daily Mail, the Red Devils are mulling over Dutch Eredivisie side Feyenoord’s Justin Billow as a goalkeeper to sign in the summer transfer window.

Initially, United’s top priority for a goalkeeper was Andre Onana, who plays for Italian Serie A side Inter Milan. However, Inter Milan demanded a transfer fee of £40 million (approximately $67 billion) for Onana.

That’s a lot of money for United. United reportedly spent £60 million to sign Mason Mount from Chelsea. It’s a signing that has a lot of negativity attached to it, given his lackluster performance for Chelsea last season.

The problem is that by spending so much money on Mount, United will likely struggle to strengthen other positions in the future. The immediate goalkeeper signing is one example.

Onana is a Cameroonian goalkeeper who has recently made the leap to the top of the European game. He has a market value of €35 million ($50.4 million), ranking him eighth among goalkeepers in the world, according to transfer market specialists TransferMark. He excelled in the Italian Serie A and UEFA Champions League last season.

On the other hand, United’s next best option, Billow, has a market value of €15 million (KRW 21.6 billion), a fraction of Onana’s. The Dutch international is clearly an accomplished goalkeeper, but he doesn’t carry the same weight as Onana. While the transfer fee would be relatively cheap, it would still be a disappointment considering United’s need for a number one goalkeeper 메이저놀이터순위.

United are currently in the market for a first-choice goalkeeper. David De Gea has decided to part ways with the club without signing a new contract. They need a player with experience, quality, and everything else.

Meanwhile, De Gea is reportedly receiving offers from Saudi Arabia.

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