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Manchester United is willing to pay an upfront sum of £39.2 million to acquire

Manchester United needs to improve significantly if they want to finish the season in the top four after losing the Premier League title fight.

However, they are now bottom of their Champions League group and might be sent out of Europe completely.

See also: Man Utd works hard to sign a “impressive” £61 million player.

The Red Devils, who have already given up 11 goals in just 4 CL games this season, sorely need reinforcements at the defense. They are reportedly serious about signing Goncalo Inacio, according to reports in Portugal.

Man Utd, Liverpool, and Real Madrid will send teams to watch the defender’s performance when Sporting plays Benfica in the Derby de Lisboa on Sunday night, according to a recent story published by Correio da Manha.

After ten games, the Lions are currently leading the Primeira Liga table, with the defending champion Eagles trailing by just three points.

As a result, there will be “maximum pressure” in this thrilling competition, and all eyes will be on Inacio, whose current termination clause includes a 60 million euro release clause.

According to CM, the Old Trafford team is thinking about taking action in January to sign the 22-year-old star.

According to reports, Man Utd is willing to pay the first 45 million euros (£39.2 million) and the remaining 15 million euros in installments in order to satisfy the release clause.

We will monitor the progress of the transfer drama and provide you with updates.


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