Manchester United is reportedly accelerating plans to seal the ambitious transfer of Paris Saint-Germain superstar Kylian Mbappe as a replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo.
Manchester United could have to pay around €150million for Mbappe, but it is thought they have the money to fund this deal and that they are one of the few clubs in Europe who could afford his wages, according to Daily Mirror.
The international would be a statement signing by Manchester United if they could pull it off, though it will surely be impossible to convince a player of such caliber to move to Old Trafford while the club cannot offer Champions League football.
Man United still needs to think big about replacing Ronaldo, and someone like Mbappe would be ideal to get fading force back on the team again.
The Mirror also mentions Napoli forward Victor Osimhen as another option being considered in the replacement of Cristiano Ronaldo.