Man United making ready swoop to signal 22-year-old from FC Barcelona – report

Manchester United are able to make a bid to signal Ronald Araujo from FC Barcelona in the summertime switch window, in accordance with experiences in Spain.

Spanish newspaper Marca, as quoted by The Daily Mail, is reporting that the Crimson Devils are eager on making a “massive funding” on signing the Uruguayan defender on the finish of the season.

In line with the story, FC Barcelona are engaged on tying Araujo to a brand new contract, as his present deal is about to run out in the summertime of 2023, and the participant has been drawing curiosity from Manchester United currently.

The article claims that Manchester United are making the “strongest” strikes to signal Araujo and are keen to make a giant provide to deliver him to Previous Trafford.

Araujo has been a comparatively common fixture within the FC Barcelona group up to now this season, scoring two objectives in 16 La Liga video games for the Spanish aspect. He has made 23 appearances in all competitions in complete for the membership.

The story additionally factors out that Manchester Metropolis have additionally been credited with an curiosity in signing the central defender.

In the meantime, Manchester United interim boss Ralf Rangnick has performed down health issues about Jadon Sancho and Bruno Fernandes.

Rangnick watched his aspect be dumped out of the FA Cup within the fourth spherical on penalties by the hands of Middlesbrough on Friday night time, with each Sancho and Fernandes selecting up knocks late on.

Nevertheless, the German head coach has moved to allay fears about their health ranges within the wake of the defeat, with Manchester United set to journey to Burnley within the Premier League on Tuesday night time.

“Jadon didn’t get a knock,” Rangnick informed MUTV after the sport. “He was simply feeling drained.

“Bruno had a knock on his again however might play by way of the entire recreation.

“Hopefully, for Tuesday, we can have all of these gamers out there once more.”