The Man Utd fans in the Transfer Tavern are hoping for another progressive transfer window this summer…
The Red Devils enjoyed a prolific few months last year, with the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba making the switch to Old Trafford following Jose Mourinho’s arrival.
Indeed, their season hasn’t quite gone to plan so far this year, and with a title challenge likely to be demanded next season – a few new signings will be vital, especially in the heart of the midfield.
One such player that is reportedly on Mourinho’s wish list is Monaco midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko, with Man Utd seemingly keen.
However, a recent update provided by Sky Sports journalist Guillem Balague has suggested that it is CHELSEA that are close to securing a deal for the midfielder, leaving the Man Utd fans in the Transfer Tavern feeling disappointed.
The fans on Twitter have had a very mixed reaction, with many disappointed and angry…
Imagine a Midfield and Forward line of
Bakayoko, Pogba, Mickey
Martial, Griezmann and Lukaku.
Just imagine eh! #mufc
— Mack The Knife (@IdMjones) March 21, 2017
If Utd want a 2 man midfield, then we need Bakayoko. If Jose's going with a 3 man midfield, then Fabinho needed. #mufc
— Allez Les Pogba (@manunited4everr) March 21, 2017
— Man United News (@the_real_mufc) March 21, 2017
Why the hell are people even going on about Bakayoko? Linking him to United! Woodward is there and once the window opens we'll know! #mufc
— Judas Goldilocks
If mourinho let bakayoko go to chelsea, we are 100% getting toni kroos
— slimfit (@slimfitukeje) March 21, 2017
If Bakayoko is going to Chelsea, then Mourinho will be all over Magic/Fabregas. No way they can keep those two, Kante & Bakayoko all happy
— Alex (@Alex94_mufc) March 21, 2017
If Zlatan leaves at the end of the season
Valencia Bailly VanDijk Shaw
DouglasCosta Mkhitaryan Martial
— Jose Mourinho Army (@Memphilosophy) March 21, 2017Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!
Basically means he's United bound.
— Add Your Name (@CopyOfOne) March 21, 2017