Manchester United are set to make planing on signing Chelsea midfielder Willian and Tottenham Hotspur defender Toby Alderweireld this summer, sources have revealed
Jose Mourinho was keen to bring Willian, 29, to Old Trafford a year ago and, as indicated by sources, the Brazil international was available to the move.
Chelsea, notwithstanding, declined to offer and Mourinho was compelled to turn his regard for Inter Milan’s Ivan Perisic before at long last reinforcing his forward line with the landing of Alexis Sanchez from Arsenal in January.
Since the Chile forward’s landing, Mourinho has been resolved he won’t hope to sign another attacker before next season.
Be that as it may, questions about the eventual fate of Anthony Martial, who is needed by Juventus in the wake of discovering first-team actions constrained by expanded rivalry from Sanchez, has prompted United returning to the likelihood of signing Willian, a player held in high respect by Mourinho after their time together at Stamford Bridge.
Man United, however, should first persuade Chelsea to offer and, after the reaction from fans following the offer of Nemanja Matic the previous summer, it’s anything but guaranteed.
Then, sources have revealed that Tottenham are surrendered to losing Alderweireld this summer with the Belgium central back so far declining to sign an extension to his agreement.
Injury restricted the 29-year-old to only 14 Premier League begins this season and with Tottenham prepared to trade out, sources have revealed there is trust at United they can push however an arrangement.
Sources have disclosed that Danny Rose, another player important to Mourinho, could likewise leave Tottenham this summer in the wake of falling behind Ben Davies in the pecking order.
Signed, from Doncaster, is quick to move back toward the north of England and the 27-year-old is one of various left-backs being considered by Mourinho, close by Alex Sandro at Juventus, Kieran Tierney at Celtic and Aaron Martin at Espanyol.
Sources have disclosed that Mourinho’s need this summer remains a central midfielder to replace Michael Carrick, who resigned on Sunday.
Fred at Shakhtar Donetsk, Sergej Milinkovic-Savic at Lazio and Jean Michael Seri at Nice are on the whole conceivable replacements.
United could yet be compelled to sign two midfielders before the beginning of next season if Marouane Fellaini chooses his future lies from Old Trafford.