As the transfer window becomes crazy day by day, new developments may further confuse the Premier League situation.
According to Danny Ornstein of the athletic team, Danny Ings rejected a four-year contract extension with the club, saying he “wants to test himself at a higher level” .
Although this summer’s transfer may not be in progress, because other transfer candidates have a higher status on the totem pole (see: Erlin Harland wants to leave Germany with Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane transfer drama), the Southampton striker has many potential clubs to join.
This summer, Manchester City lost their prolific striker Sergio Aguero (Sergio Aguero) to Barcelona, but in February, it was reported that the club was considering signing two other strikers.
March, Reported by Sky Sports’ Lyle Thomas Ince is on Manchester City’s radar. Compared to Manchester City’s signing, he called him an “easier to achieve” signing. Harland of Dortmund
Then there is the eternal opponent Manchester United.
Coach Solskjaer still hopes to strengthen their offense after they finally complete the offense Closed the Jadon Sancho chapter of the transfer window.
It is said that they still Chasing defender Rafael Varane And another defender, because the club’s goal is to eliminate Manchester City from the Premier League standings.
Like other big clubs, Manchester United is expected to chase Kane and Harland at the same time, but their expectations remain between the realm of rationality.
However, Manchester United may be in trouble because they have agreed to extend their contract with Edinson Cavani for a year, and the last thing they want to do is greed.
For Manchester United, their nThe best way is to further develop the talents of Mason Greenwood And worked for Joe Hugill and Charlie McNeil at their youth college.
Although both teams are expected to chase Ince, Manchester City is his best choice this summer because the club can see him as a stopgap measure in case they fail to sign Harland or Kane.
The 28-year-old proved to be an excellent shooter last season, scoring 13 goals in 33 games for Southampton.