United open the door to Coman as Sancho slips away
The team led by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is working towards the goal of getting the team into the Champions League next season. A key asset in negotiating with great players in these months of the market. But just in case, the club is already moving to test the possibilities.
Jadon Sancho has been a firm favourite for Solskjaer in recent weeks, but Borussia Dortmund are not prepared to let him out just yet. So United now see a chance to fish in Munich.
As 'The Athletic' states, the red devils now see Kingsley Coman as a remarkable alternative way to strengthen the team's attacking edge. It is also on City's agenda.
At 24, Coman already has a wealth of experience at the highest level (six seasons with Juventus and Bayern Munich), which United require to raise the standard of the squad.
The French winger scored seven goals and five assists in 35 matches this term, making him a key figure in the German squad.