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Manchester United In “Pole Position” To Sign Ivan Rakitic

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Manchester United In “Pole Place” To Signal Ivan Rakitic

Barcelona's Ivan Rakitic celebrates scoring their fifth goal.

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Manchester United are in determined have to signal some midfield reinforcements forward of the brand new season.

Ander Herrera has already parted methods with the membership on a free switch, and Paul Pogba is anticipated to finish a big-money transfer to Actual Madrid as effectively.

The Pink Devils at the moment face a scarcity of gamers in the midst of the park, however they’ve been linked with potential strikes for quite a few central midfielders.

Now, in response to studies coming in from Spain, they could possibly be on the verge of recruiting a star participant from Barcelona.


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In accordance with Sport, the Mancunian giants are in “pole place” to safe the companies of Ivan Rakitic.

The Croatian worldwide supposedly attended a competition in Seville a mere day after their humiliating Champions League defeat towards Liverpool, which seems to have gone down badly on the Catalan outfit.

Due to this fact, many wouldn’t thoughts seeing the participant make his exit, particularly with youthful skills anticipated to reach this summer time.


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Nevertheless, the La Liga champions will supposedly demand round €55 million for the 31-year-old, as he nonetheless has two years left on his present contract.

Inter Milan have additionally expressed curiosity within the former Sevilla man, however the supply means that Rakitic “appears to be heading for the Premier League“.

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