Manchester United have reportedly agreed personal terms with Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele.
United, along with Spurs and Juventus have proposed a €60m offer to sign Ndombele, but Lyon President Aulas is demanding a fee in the range of €90m.
However, while personal terms have been agreed with the 22-year-old midfielder, he has no intention to force a move away from Lyon this summer despite an interest in playing his football abroad.
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Ndombele is considered one of the brightest midfield talents in Europe, and at just 22, could be exactly what United are looking for in midfield.
The Frenchman is suited to a defensive midfield ‘destroyer’ role and excelled in 55 appearances for Lyon last season (who scored). This is a deal the Reds should definitely look to get over the line to strengthen in midfield, even if they have to increase their offer of closer to the €90m fee which is demanded.
Manchester United, Juventus & Tottenham Hotspur have reportedly all offered €60m for Tanguy Ndombele; Lyon want €90m – full story https://t.co/G5gAlQ63X1
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