Manchester United make Rebic enquiry

Rebic scored twice as Frankfurt won last year's DFB Final beating Bayern Munich. AFP

Rebic scored twice as Frankfurt won last year's DFB Final beating Bayern Munich. AFP

Today, Man Utd have made their move for Ante Rebic...

According to a report from the Daily Mail, Manchester United have made contact with Eintracht Frankfurt winger Ante Rebic's representatives over the possibility of signing the Tottenham-linked star this summer.

According to the same story, Jose Mourinho is keen on adding a new winger to his squad before the summer transfer window closes on 9 August.

Manchester United are looking to add further options upfront, having already welcomed Brazil worldwide Fred this summer for £52m.

Although, Manchester United could face competition from Bayern Munch for the Croat who played in all six World Cup games for Croatia and scored in the 3-0 Group D win over Argentina.

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United have already brought Fred into the club from Shakhtar Donetsk for a significant fee, while Alexis Sanchez joined at the beginning of the year, but Mourinho is keen to bolster his options in wide areas ahead of what is set to be a big campaign at Old Trafford.

Unai Emery has also confirmed he's hoping to sign one more top class player before the start of the season and the Gunners boss is being tipped to land an attacker after focussing his efforts on strengthen their defence so far this summer.

The Croatian global caught the eye of Old Trafford bigwigs during a series of impressive World Cup displays. On the contrary, Rebic, who moved to the Bundesliga from Verona last summer is a much cheaper alternative and a potential deal for the 24-year-old will be far less complicated if United step up their interest.

Rebic completed a permanent move to Eintracht Frankfurt after two seasons on loan from Serie A club Fiorentina, scoring eight goals in 49 appearances.

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