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Manchester United has reportedly expressed interest in acquiring Giorgio Scalvini for £43.5 million and is prepared to do so in order to complete the transfer.Tutto

Sport reported in November that the Red Devils are the favorite to sign the Italian international.United conclude their first transfer of January with the signing of Kevin De Bruyne, a goal-scoring midfielder similar to Odegaard and Ödegaard, to a lucrative contract; an announcement is imminent.Furthermore, Tutto Atalanta reported on a story that Atalanta was in talks to transfer their valuable asset to Manchester United for a sum equivalent to 50 million euros (£43.5 million).Alfredo Pedulla, a renowned Italian journalist, reported a week ago that the Old Trafford club are considering luring Scalvini.Recent reports from the Spanish publication Nacional indicate that Erik ten Hag has requested that the club make a defensive additions during the winter transfer window.

 

According to the Catalan news source, Manchester United are willing to pay the release clause and £43.5 million in January to ultimately acquire Scalvini.

 

Already one of the finest center halves in Italian Serie A, the 20-year-old is also under consideration by Real Madrid, Tottenham, Chelsea, Inter, and Juventus.

 

The teenager has started 15 league games for Atalanta this season and has contributed to the club’s seven clean sheets.

 

Already with seven appearances under his belt, he is a likely candidate for the Azzurri’s squad that travels to the European Championships the following summer.

 

This season, Manchester United have been in disarray, and their defense has been dreadful. Should they accept the £43.5 million asking price to acquire Giorgio Scalvini this month, in your opinion?

 

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