The name that keeps appearing in the gossip columns is Ismaïla Sarr everyone assumed that the Watford winger would make a swift return to the Premier League following the hornets renegation but so far no one has taken a chance on the Senegalese international,
Sarr was electric for Watford at times last season scoring five and assisting four to show everyone why he commanded the 27 million pound price tag from french side Renne in the first place Liverpool were one of the teams he took apart and for a long time it appeared the reds would bring the 22-year-old to the Anfield but with Diogo Jota now officially a resident on Merseyside Sarr hopes and dreams of a blockbuster move will have to lie elsewhere fortunately for the youngster that Manchester United are ready to bring him to Old Trafford
the red devils are close to accepting defeat in their pursuit of a certain Jaden Sancho especially after Dortmund director Sebastian Kehl once again stated the Englishman would not be leaving Germany this summer forcing united to look elsewhere, but Watford are willing to let Sarr leave on loan with an option to buy for a fee close to 40 million pounds this would suit United who get the year they need to seal the Sancho deal while another good season in the prem should easily guarantee the sale of Sarr next summer for Watford
United desperately needs some more strength on the wings and as short-term solutions go they don’t get much more exciting than the Senegalese international but united fans is saw the upgrade of Daniel James he need
if Ismaïla Sarr does join Manchester United he’d better do it fast, otherwise he may never get the opportunity to call Jesse Lingard his teammate in news that should surprise no one Lingard stays at Old Trafford at dwindling after a lackluster few seasons that have seen the Englishman crush down the pecking order a switch to super-agent Mino Raiola signaled that change was in the year for Lingard with Italian outfits AC Milan and Fiorentina both earmarked as destinations
however united’s questionable 30 million pound valuation quickly killed any interest in the 27-year old that was until this week after it emerged that Tottenham Hotspur are weighing up a move for Lingard, Jose Mourinho is keen on a reunion with his former player and has asked daniel levy to see whether something can happen the Portuguese maestro is busy molding the lily whites to suit his image and views Lingard as the next piece of that process,
this may worry some fans in North London but it’s undeniable that Lingard performed well under Mourinho back at united in 2017-18 he registered a career-best 13 goal involvements and credited the influence the former Chelsea boss had on his ability the athletic claims however that Mourinho is not interested in signing Lingard but the Spurs boss is yet to officially comment on the matter the times believe that the England international is still torn on the prospect of leaving his boyhood club though accepts getting minutes this season will be harder than ever zenith st Petersburg and West Brom are the other rumored exit routes but a move to Tottenham could be the best opportunity to spark his career back to life.