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The Manchester United team’s “Confirmed Lineup” for their match against Bournemouth includes Jordan Sancho

Jordan Sancho has now issued an apology in the form of a statement that is titled “I am sorry.” The statement in question is really disturbing.

He will play Today”Sancho – play Bournemouth in the Premier League on Saturday, before a critical Champions League game at home to Bayern Munich on Tuesday night.  The Dutchman will prioritise a centre-back signing above all others and Nice’s Jean-Clair Todibo is his primary target.

The 23-year-old is valued around the £40m mark by Nice who have remarkably conceded just five goals in Ligue 1 this season. Todibo has been at the heart of their steely defence.

As ever with Man Utd, however, the story doesn’t end there. Indeed, Sky Sports reported on Thursday night that Tottenham have entered the race for Todibo’s signature.Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg confirmed in late-November that Man Utd had made enquiries into former Chelsea frontman, Timo Werner.

The 27-year-old plies his trade for RB Leipzig, though has tumbled down the pecking order this season. Indeed, the 57-cap German has been restricted to just 370 minutes of action across all competitions.

Real Madrid have also shown interest in what would likely be a six-month loan to see out the 2023/24 season. However, Plettenberg described a move to Real as “not hot”, thus opening the door for United.

Furthermore, Sky Germany’s Phillip Hinze revealed on Thursday that Leipzig are ‘ready to discuss offers in the winter if Werner wants’.

Leipzig manager Marco Rose has also hinted Werner is free to leave if he so desires.The Dutchman will prioritise a centre-back signing above all others and Nice’s Jean-Clair Todibo is his primary target.

The 23-year-old is valued around the £40m mark by Nice who have remarkably conceded just five goals in Ligue 1 this season. Todibo has been at the heart of their steely defence.

As ever with Man Utd, however, the story doesn’t end there. Indeed, Sky Sports reported on Thursday night that Tottenham have entered the race for Todibo’s signatThe Red Devils do not have a big budget to play with in January and player exits will help to bolster the kitty.

Furthermore, moving on colossal earners like the aforementioned trio will clear huge chunks off the wage bill.

One position Man Utd had been tipped to address in the winter window was centre-forward. Despite showing signs of promise and scoring five goals in the Champions League, Rasmus Hojlund is yet to break his duck in the Premier League.ure.

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