- Tanguy Ndombele has been heavily linked with a move to join Manchester United and replace Ander Herrera this summer
- The highly rated French star currently plies his trade with Ligue One giants, Lyon
- Chelsea are now said to have joined the race for the signature of the 2-year-old midfielder
Premier League giants, Chelsea, have reportedly urged French midfielder, Tanguy Ndombele, to snub a move to Manchester United.
The 22-year Old is currently wanted by United to replace Ander Herrera who is said to have agreed a summer deal with Paris Saint-Germain.
Ndombele has been in perfect shape this season to court interest from Man City, PSG, Liverpool and Real Madrid.
UK Metro citing L’Equipe however report that the Red Devils have already held talks with with the star over a possible move to Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, the midfielder is said to be concerned the Manchester outfit might miss out on Champions League football next season going by their current league position.
The concern has now incited Chelsea to join the race for the signature of Ndombele asking him to reject United and wait for Blues' transfer.
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The London club is currently incapable of making any new signings for the next two windows and are appealing the transfer ban.
It remains unclear if the Blues succeed in their appeal and the club have moved to convince Ndombele to spend another year at Lyon before making the switch to Stamford Bridge.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Manchester United have contacted representatives of Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, reports in France claim.
It is understood that since Ander Herrera has reportedly agreed to join Paris Saint-Germain in the summer, United are weighing their options on the Lyon midfielder.
According to France based news media outlet L'Equipe, Old Trafford chiefs have been in touch with Ndombele's representatives.
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