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Manchester United linked with moves for £100m pair

Manchester United linked with moves for £100m pair

Manchester United would have to make an offer in the region of £50m to make Tottenham Hotspur think about selling Eric Dier, according to Kaveh Solhekol.

Perisic has been strongly linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks but United have struggled to get a fee agreed with Inter despite holding lengthy negotiations with the Italians.

Dier's reported desire to join United could be a boost for the Red Devils in their pursuit of the former Sporting man, but Spurs are seemingly adamant they will not let him go. According to the Guardian, the England worldwide is keen on a move to Old Trafford despite Spurs chairman, Daniel Levy insisting he's not for sale.

Once the situation involving Lukaku is resolved, United will then focus their energies on Tottenham's England worldwide Dier, claim The Guardian and the Daily Telegraph.

Levy is still smarting at the way United poached Dimitar Berbatov nine years ago, and has done his utmost in the past to steer Gareth Bale and Luka Modric away from their advances.

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GETTYJose Mourinho is desperate for Manchester United to sign Eric Dier

"He's one of their two main midfield targets".

Tottenham have stubbornly refused to sell and recently stressed they are prepared to resist all bids for Dier, after insisting he is not for sale.

Nainggolan, 29, is a powerful midfield player and Belgian worldwide.

The Daily Mail indicate Antonio Conte could raid Roma for Nainggolan, despite Tiemoue Bakayoko's imminent switch to Chelsea.

United had initially hoped to take advantage of Inter's need to raise funds in order to meet UEFA's Financial Fair Play regulations but the Serie A giants have proven hard to deal with. Ausilio said: "It's not happening". The Spurs run a strict policy on wages and they can't possibly match United's offer without breaking their wage structure.


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