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“Insulting…” – Manchester United fans furious with £21m transfer report



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Manchester United fans have labelled a recent transfer report as “insulting” as frustrations grow about the managerial situation.

The Reds have yet to act forcefully in the transfer market. This is due to Erik ten Hag’s uncertain future at the club.

UtdDistrict understands that while negotiations are ongoing with targets, there are no advanced transfer situations at Old Trafford, with the managerial situation needing to be clarified beforehand.

However, reports have still been cropping up, such as interest in Benfica midfielder Joao Neves and a rumoured bid for Sevilla forward Youssef En-Nesyri.

The latest information from Turkish outlet Milliyet instead focuses on potential outgoings for the Manchester-based club, with Scott McTominay and Aaron Wan-Bissaka attracting interest.

According to the report, Galatasaray have sent United a £21 million offer for both McTominay and Wan-Bissaka and are awaiting a response from the Premier League outfit.

That response will almost certainly be a straight-up rejection, considering the club refused to sell their Scottish midfielder for that price on his own last summer.

He has since had an impressive individual campaign, while Wan-Bissaka’s talents could also demand a fee larger than Galatasaray’s valuation.

United supporters, who are beginning to get fed up with the uncertainty over the manager’s future, have let their frustrations out following this rumour.

“That’s an insult to Man United and the players involved,” one fan wrote in response to the news.

Another said: “They can keep waiting with a ridiculous offer like that Scotty alone is worth more than £21m.”

“This is an insult if it’s true and I’ll leave Gala on read if I was United,” a third concluded.

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