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Manchester United willing to sign $54 million defender from an European giant

Manchester United are pursuing a defender who is playing for one of the biggest clubs in the world.

Manchester United looking to sign a player with a reasonable release clause.

Manchester United, under Sir Jim Ratcliffe, seems to not be afraid of pursuing big names in the upcoming summer transfer window. The club is looking to make a lot of changes in the squad and could sell up to 15 players this summer. Despite the club making lots of sales this summer, Manchester United also wants to sign players for a reasonable price. A name Manchester United wants to sell this summer is Mason Greenwood, who is currently on loan at Getafe in La Liga. FC Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are reportedly interested in signing Greenwood but the interest could soon be over due to the price Man United is asking for. Juventus seems keen to sign Greenwood, which gives the idea of signing one of their players.

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La Gazzetta dello Sport reports that Juventus are very interested in signing Mason Greenwood this summer. Former Manchester United goalkeeper Sergio Romero was asked about Mason Greenwood potentially joining Juventus and said, “I’m convinced that Mason would do well in any big team, even Juventus. A Greenwood-Vlahovic-Chiesa trident would be super." Manchester United is now interested in Juventus defender Glieson Bremer.

Daily Express reports that Manchester United have agreed to pursue Juventus defender Gleison Bremer following a recommendation from incoming sporting director Dan Ashworth. Daily Mirror reported that Manchester United are ready to firm up their interest in Juventus defender Gleison Bremer, who has a $54m release clause in his contract. Tutto Sport via Team Talk reported that the club has already been tracking Bremer for months, and there’s a strong belief that this deal can be done, with Juventus under pressure to sell a big name to help ease their 'financial worries.'

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Rob Dawson from ESPN reports that Erik ten Hag believes he still has time to win over new co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe and keep his job as Manchester United manager. Ten Hag and Man United are in the semi-finals of the FA Cup and will play against Coventry City.

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