The Manchester United Board Approved Eric ten Hag’s Ideal Understudy’s January Transfer. Dalot
The January move of Malo Gusto, a right back for Olympic Lyon, has been given the green light by Manchester United’s board of directors.
It is common knowledge that Eric ten Hag is in dire need of a capable right back to come in and replace Diogo Dalot, in addition to providing competition for the Portuguese player.
The manager of United made it abundantly plain throughout the summer that Aaron Van Bissaka was not part of his plans and that the club was free to look elsewhere for a replacement.
The transfer was never completed, but many Premier League clubs, including Crystal Palace and West Ham, have expressed serious interest in loaning the English player to them beginning in the month of January.
Because of this, the situation has become an urgent problem that needs to be solved, which is why references have been made to Gusto.
According to Media Foot, the board of directors at United has given the go-ahead for a Gusto operation that will cost 30 million euros to support Ten Hag in his quest to strengthen the backline.
According to Media Foot, Manchester United is weighing the pros and cons of operating on Little Gusto. According to the information provided by our sources, United is getting ready for more and more.”
In an effort to persuade Olympic Lyon, the Board of Directors approved a sum that was close to 30 million euros. OL gives serious consideration to all bids [for Gusto], particularly those that are in excess of 30 million euros.
Little Gusto is in a strong position if he wants to quit the organisation because his contract with OL isn’t up until June of 2024. If he is released in one year and eighteen months, Lyon will not take the risk.
The Red Devils are interested in more than only Gusto when it comes to players from Lyon. There is renewed interest from England’s 20-time champions in striker Moussa Dembele from Borussia Dortmund.
According to Foot Mercato, the French giants have the intention of cashing in on the 26-year-old player during the winter transfer window.
United are already showing interest in the French player despite their failure in their earlier attempts to sign him.