Manchester United tipped to sign key Arsenal and Liverpool targets
Manchester United have been linked with a surprise move for Roma pair Miralem Pjanić and Radja Nainggolan for a reported fee of £66million.
Both the Roma stars have been previously linked with a move to Premier League clubs Liverpool and Arsenal.
Miralem Pjanić was tipped to be the permanent replacement for Steven Gerrard while Radja Nainggolan was seen as the solution to Arsenal’s midfield issues but now Manchester United have been tipped to sign the two Roma stars.
Louis Van Gaal has often stressed on signing a right-footed midfield player as his side is filled with left footed central midfield players in Daley Blind, Ander Herrera and Juan Mata.
Nainggolan has seen as the most improved Belgian player in recent times as he is seen as one of the most tenacious tacklers in the game. Nainggolan is valued in the region of £25million and will be ideal to Manchester United’s midfield worries.
Miralem Pjanić is one of the most skillful players in Serie A and can play the perfect Number10 role in any side. Pjanic will cost United around £40million if they want to sign the Bosnian.
Pjanic’s signing for Manchester United would be a massive blow to Liverpool after Louis Van Gaal managed to sign Memphis Depay ahead of the reds.
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