- Alex Telles has been linked with a summer move to Manchester United
- Ole Solskjaer has urged Manchester United chiefs not to miss his signature
- United chiefs are not ready to meet FC Porto's asking price for the Brazilian
Ole Solskjaer who is the handler of Manchester United has urged the Red Devils' chiefs not to miss the signing of Brazilian defender Alex Telles who currently plays for FC Porto.
Porto are asking for £18 million for Telles, but United chiefs have so far refused to go beyond £12 million for a player who has less than 12 months on his deal.
With Diogo Dalot travelling to seal a one-year loan move to AC Milan, Solskjaer will be frustrated if his bosses should miss out on Telles.
Alex Telles has spent the last four years of his career at FC Porto and the left back is interested in moving to the Premier League this summer.
According to the report on UK Mirro, United chiefs are not ready to add any money and have told the player that they would sign him for free next term.
Solskjaer wants the player before the close of the ongoing transfer window and Manchester United chiefs may be forced to do the wish of their big manager.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Edinson Cavani has reportedly agreed a two-year deal with Premier League club Manchester United as he is set to become the Red Devils’ second signing this transfer window.
The former Paris Saint Germain striker emerged shock transfer for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side as reports say United will pay as much as £20million to land the veteran at the Old Trafford.
Sky Sports are reporting that Manchester United began negotiations with the former Napoli striker after the club decided that Borussia Dortmund's £108million asking price for Jadon Sancho is too much.
Inside sources have disclosed that after fruitful negotiations, the 33-year-old striker is now expected to put pen on paper to a two-year deal which will see him earn £200,000-a-week.
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