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Manchester United are in talks to sign Inter Milan star Denzel Dumfries


Jul-26 03:01 first published at 03:01 AM

STADIO OLIMPICO, ROME, ITALY – 2022/05/12: FC Internazionale’s Denzel Dumfries (L) and Stefan de Vrij pose with the trophy after the Coppa Italia final football match between Juventus FC and FC Internazionale. FC Internazionale defeated Juventus FC 4-2 in extra time. (Photo by Nicol Campo/LightRocket, licensed through Getty Images) Manchester United have been linked with a number of players in recent months, including Tyrell Malacia, Christian Eriksen, and Lisandro Martinez. However, the club is expected to make more signings soon in order to get off to a good start under Erik ten Hag’s management. Right-back is one position where they could improve. When Aaron Wan-Bissaka was signed, there were high hopes that he would be the long-term solution for years to come, but that has not been the case. While he is very good defensively, his offensive game has left many questions. Diogo Dalot has done well, but the Red Devils could use another top-tier option in that position. In this regard, they have recently been linked with Inter Milan’s Denzel Dumfries. He is a right-back who appears to be most effective when playing as a right wingback. Manchester United are in talks to sign Inter Milan star Ekrem Konur, according to Ekrem Konur’s tweet. Manchester United appear to be interested in signing Inter Milan star Manchester United are not the only club linked with a move to Dumfries in recent months. Chelsea and Barcelona have also been linked with him. Dumfries first drew attention with his performances for the Dutch national team at UEFA EURO 2020. Following that, he signed with Inter Milan and has continued to shine. According to Transfermarkt statistics, Dumfries appeared in 45 games for Inter Milan last season, scoring 5 goals and providing 7 assists. If Manchester United is able to sign him, it will be a significant coup for the club. At the same time, one must admit that his defensive game leaves something to be desired.

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