Transfer: Solskjaer ready to pay £80m for Premier League defender

Manchester United receive boost as Manchester City cool interest in defensive target

Manchester United receive boost as Manchester City cool interest in defensive target

Manchester United believe they can win the race to sign Harry Maguire due to Manchester City's reluctance to pay in excess of £80million for the Leicester defender. City, on the other hand, are not prepared to go over £50 Million.

Leicester City has a habit of losing their key players each summer and they could lose one more this season as well. Since, the Red Devils faced an underwhelming season in the Premier league, Maguire became a priority target to bolster their squad.

That would smash City's transfer record - currently £60m, paid to the Foxes for Riyad Mahrez last summer - and Guardiola is now set to turn his attention elsewhere.

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With Manchester City club captain Vincent Kompany announcing that he will be leaving the club, there will be a massive void left at the heart of the City of Manchester Stadium.

Moreover, the English defender signed a five year extension with Leicester City last September after his glorious performances with England during the World Cup 2018. However, it is yet to know whether the 26-year-old defender is ready to arrive in the Old Trafford or not.

The 26-year-old England worldwide perfectly fits the bill for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who wants to sign fresh English talent to serve as the backbone of his rebuild at Old Trafford. "I owe them a lot and I'm looking forward to the future".

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