Telegraph: Manchester United plans to offer 50 million euros for the introduction of Gakpo for the winter window.
According to the Daily Telegraph, Manchester United plan to make an offer of 50 million euros in order to bring in Gakpo in the winter window. After the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United are looking for a suitable replacement in the transfer market. Gakpo is a priority for Manchester United.
After taking over as Manchester United manager this summer, Teng Hach’s coaching work has gradually gained recognition at the top of the club, not just dealing with the relationship with Cristiano Ronaldo. With the winter transfer window approaching, Manchester United are ready to support their manager.
This summer, Manchester United saw Gacopo as an alternative after failing to bring in Anthony. Although Ajax asked Anthony for 100 million euros, Manchester United finally chose to accept it, when it would have cost much less to bring in Gakpo.
Gachapo showed excellent form at the World Cup in Qatar, scoring three goals to help the team reach the 1amp quarterfinals. In the Dutch league, Gacbo scored 13 goals and sent 17 assists this season.
It cost Naples 45 million euros to buy Lozano from PSV Eindhoven in 2019. Earlier, Eindhoven sporting director Marcel Brands had said that the sale of Gakpo would require a record transfer fee for the club, so their asking price would be higher than 45 million euros. With Gakpo available for about 40 million euros this summer, Manchester United may need at least 50 million euros for him.