- Ousmane Dembele could still leave Barcelona before this transfer window shuts
- Manchester United are looking to land the Frenchman after losing out of Jadon Sancho's deal
- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking for a right-winger in a bid to add depth to his attack
Barcelona will reportedly allow Ousmane Dembele to join Manchester United if the Premier League outfit offers him a long-term deal.
The Red Devils are hoping they can secure the Frenchman's signature after missing on Jadon Sancho's move.
Ronald Koeman doesn't seem to fancy the 23-year-old due to the series of injuries he has suffered since his arrival from Borrusia Dortmund three years ago.
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SunSport quoting Sunday Times' Duncan Castles claims United appear to have convinced the forward to make the Old Trafford switch before the transfer window shuts.
The publication further reveals Paul Pogba has been trying to convince the forward to join him at Old Trafford - with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer ready to splash £65 million on him.
Barca might also be willing to allow Dembele to leave due to his lateness to training a number of times.
The former Rennes attacker seems to be in need of a fresh challenge after falling down the pecking order at the Nou Camp having played just 20 minutes under Koeman in two matches so far this term.
Dembele made just nine appearances in all competitions for the Blaugrana last campaign after spending most of the season on the sidelines.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Barcelona have denied making contact with Manchester United over the transfer of Ousmane Dembele this transfer window.
The Catalan club added that the 23-year-old World Cup winner is not going anywhere for now according to the club's sporting director Ramon Planes.
Dembele was earlier linked with a move away from the Nou Camp with Arsenal, Manchester United and Liverpool all interested in the player.
However, the Blaugrana have now come out to say the forward is part of Ronald Koeman's project for the 2020-21 season as reported by Goal.com.
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