Manchester United, under new partial ownership by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS, are reportedly eyeing a potential transfer move for Atalanta’s highly-rated young defender, Giorgio Scalvini. - soocer442
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Manchester United, under new partial ownership by Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS, are reportedly eyeing a potential transfer move for Atalanta’s highly-rated young defender, Giorgio Scalvini.

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Next week, Manchester United executives are contemplating a “crazy” transfer for Ten Hag, a “complete” Real Madrid target; an agreement has been reached and an ideal deal is imminent.Reportedly, Manchester United, which is now partially owned by

INEOS, a company founded by Sir Jim Ratcliffe, are considering a transfer for Giorgio Scalvini, a highly regarded youth defender from Atalanta.The 20-year-old, whose performances have also caught the attention of Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid, is regarded by talent evaluators as a “complete” player.

 

As discussions persist regarding the degree of INEOS’s involvement in football-related affairs, it has been hypothesized that the Red Devils may encounter constraints on their purchasing capacity during the January transfer window, opting instead to make more substantial commitments during the summer.

 

Nevertheless, rumors suggest that United are open to the possibility of a transfer for Scalvini, notwithstanding the formidable asking price of €50 million (£43 million) established by Atalanta.Scalvini, an international for Italy, has demonstrated his prowess in twenty appearances across multiple competitions so far this season, providing one goal and one assist.

 

Due to the contractual uncertainty and impending expiration of Raphael Varane’s tenure at Old Trafford, Scalvini arises as a potentially advantageous candidate to enhance the long-term defensive prowess of Manchester United. This would entail ensuring stability and facilitating the acquisition of reinforcements in the forthcoming transfer windows.

 

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