According to recent reports, Manchester United have decided not to pursue Atletico Madrid full-back Kieran Trippier.
That’s according to a recent report from The Mirror, who claims manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is satisfied with the Red Devils’ summer recruitment.
Trippier, 30, enjoyed a decent summer after representing England during their impressive run to the final of the delayed European Championships.
Despite failing to overcome Italy in the tournament’s final game, Trippier was one of many who shone throughout.
Tipped earlier in the transfer window to move to Old Trafford, after already signing former Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho and agreeing to sign Real Madrid’s Raphael Varane it has now been suggested the Red Devils will not be signing a new right-back.
It has been claimed that although the club was initially interested in bringing in a new full-back, plans have since changed following Diogo Dalot’s reignited form.
Trippier has two years left on his contract with Atletico Madrid and unless a club can match the Spanish side’s valuation of the experienced defender, it looks like he could be staying with La Liga champions next season.