The English Premier League’s Manchester United are reported to be actively pursuing players across the board in the summer transfer window, but nothing has been finalized. Moreover, there are still fundamental issues that need to be resolved. The club is still in the process of being sold. This raises the question of whether the club will be able to finalize any signings.
Recently, there has been a lot of transfer news in the English media, with United as the main character. The Red Devils have been linked with big-name transfers. Harry Kane (Tottenham Hotspur), Victor Osimhen (Napoli), Rasmus Hauerlund (Atalanta), and Mason Mount (Chelsea) have all been heavily linked with the club. Recently, there was even talk of signing superstar Neymar (PSG).
There was also news that made Korean soccer fans especially excited. Kim Min-jae, a world-class defender who led Napoli to their first league title in 33 years this season, is reportedly close to completing a transfer to Man United. The Red Devils are also reportedly interested in ‘Golden Boy’ Lee Kang-in (Mallorca).
So far, it looks like United will be quite aggressive in the summer transfer market. It’s a sign that they’re looking to build a winning team by adding players across the board in attack, midfield, and defense.
However, there’s something odd about this move. It’s almost as if they’re intentionally making a big deal out of it and blowing it out of proportion. Furthermore, most of the local media reports have a similarly nuanced disclaimer.먹튀검증
“The club’s immediate issues need to be resolved first” or something like that. The “immediate task” is the transfer of ownership of the club, i.e. the sale, which is a prerequisite for the transfer to take place. It’s a no-brainer. You can’t finalize a player’s signing while the club’s final decision maker is still unknown.