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Manchester United intends to defeat other teams in the competition to recruit a promising 17-year-old Danish player.

Manchester United is interested in Roony Bardghji, a phenomenon from FC Copenhagen.

Manchester United is reportedly interested in signing FC Copenhagen’s young and gifted midfield player Roony Bardghji, according to The Sun (via Manchester Evening News).

Roony Bardghji has made matters worse in Copenhagen, adding to Manchester United’s awful season. The adolescent star, known as the “Swedish Lionel Messi,” helped his club defeat the Red Devils in a historic victory.

However, there will be competition for Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s OGC Nice, as rumors suggest that Crystal Palace, Chelsea, and Newcastle are among the English top teams keen to sign Bardghji. The 17-year-old winger, who prefers to play on the right flank and cut inside with his left foot, has made 24 appearances across all competitions this season and netted 11 goals.


Roony Bardghji is a target for Manchester United.

After giving his introduction, Bardghji used a few nuanced gestures and touches to get the audience to stand. It was only fitting that his superb half-volley sealed his team’s victory at Parken. The young man trained at the Copenhagen Academy. He was born in Kuwait and is of Syrian origin.

It appears that Copenhagen wants to sell, preferably in the summer, in order to extend their Champions League run.


Roony Bardghji keeps getting better.

Bardghji’s profile took off after he scored a goal in the 87th minute against United, and the Danish powerhouses will have the opportunity to make him an offer when he turns 18 on Wednesday. Copenhagen has apparently asked for a payment of around £10 million, which would grow in the event of a revised deal. Undoubtedly, United should take a chance on it.

With three points from four games, Manchester United is now last in Group A thanks to the heroics of Roony Bardghji. Erik ten Hag’s team now needs to win two games in order to move on to the next round: against Bayern Munich and Galatasaray. Hopefully, we can resolve this as soon as possible so that we can secure a spot in the UCL knockout stages.

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