Manchester United 'snub' £30 million offer and are 'interested' in Manchester City target

Manuel Ugarte is a Manchester United target. Picture: GettyManuel Ugarte is a Manchester United target. Picture: Getty
Manuel Ugarte is a Manchester United target. Picture: Getty | Getty Images
Manchester United have ‘snubbed’ a £30 million bid for one of their best young players.

Manchester United are moving ever closer to the start of the 2024/25 Premier League. There is still plenty of work to be done over the course of the summer transfer window - who have the Red Devils been linked with today.

United have ‘snubbed’ an offer of £30 million for one of their prized young players - meanwhile, they have also been linked with a move for a player who is thought to be in Manchester City’s sights. Can they beat Pep Guardiola’s men to the punch?

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Manchester United ‘snub’ £30 million bid for Amad Diallo

An unnamed club in Europe have tabled a £30 million bid for Manchester United’s Amad Diallo - however, this bid has been rejected by the Red Devils, according to a recent report from HITC.

United are not interested in allowing Diallo to leave the club at this stage - he is revered with ‘huge importance’ at the club. As such, it will take a massive bid before United’s head will be turned. Last season, Diallo made 12 appearances in all competitions for United, scoring two goals and notching up a single assist.

Manuel Ugarte is a ‘target’ for Manchester United and Manchester City in the summer

Manchester United need to sign a centre-back in the summer, following the departure of Raphael Varane. They are acutely aware of this - according to a report from French outlet Le10 Sport, the Red Devils are looking to make a move for PSG defender Manuel Ugarte.

They aren’t alone in the race, however - bitter local rivals Manchester City are also thought to be in the race for his signature. Additionally, he has previously been in the sights of both Liverpool and Chelsea. He has struggled for game time in Paris - he will be hoping a move elsewhere could revitalise his career.