Manchester United are purportedly changing their course of trajectory in the transfer market by registering their interest in Newell’s Old Boys starlet Luciano Cingolani.
The Red Devils’ academy director, Martin Mackey, is recorded to have been in touch with the Argentinian club.
The Argentine, owing to the talent he possesses, is about to become the centre of attention in the transfer market. Ergo, United intend to finalise a deal even before other clubs could plausibly make a move.
Although the signing could bolster United’s offence, the South American club is yet to decide whether to let the ace go, according to Rosario 3. But provided the financial capacity of the Old Trafford outfit, a swoop could be highly anticipated sooner or later.
Furthermore, club secretary Jose Menchon has announced that Cingolani’s father was convinced that United would table an offer, but the club hasn’t done so yet, according to MEN.
“The case of Cingolani is very particular because the father wanted to take him away, then he said he was going to bring an offer from Manchester United, but no offer came to the club,” proclaimed Menchon.
United are looking to reclaim the reputation of the youth set-up under academy director Nicky Butt by importing foreign players with massive potential.
Therefore, signing the talent who currently plays for Newell’s Old Boys’ under-16 side could be remarked as one of the steps to the realisation of the goal.
Written by Hritwik NE
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