Man United have lost the chances of signing the 22-year-old Brazilian
Premier League giants Manchester United have been dealt a significant blow in their race for Brazilian defender Marquinhos after the South American announced he wants to secure a new deal with Ligue 1 champions.
Man United are in the market for a new centre-half in January and the 22-year-old had been named as a possible target.
La Liga giants Barcelona were also believed to be keen on the PSG defender, who is also a competent right-back, however both sides look set to miss out.
The Brazilian has a deal until June 2019 and despite being linked with a move away, he’s now ready to extend his remain in the French club.
“This is my fourth year at PSG, I have adapted to life here and speak French. Plus my family is feeling well in Paris. Things are going well and I would love to stay here. I hope to sign a renewal. It does not only depend on me, but it is looking good.” – The Brazilian star told Telefoot.
Meanwhile, The South American striker Edinson Cavani refusing to sign new deal at Paris Saint-Germain and The Express reports Manchester United are ready to bid for the Uruguayan attacker.
Criticised for wasting chances, he has simply delivered whenever afforded a run of matches at Napoli, and is demonstrating this over again at PSG in absence of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
The 29-year-old striker, already scored 20 goals in 20 matches for the Ligue 1 champions, and with just one and a half year left on his current contract, Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho is reportedly ready to bring him to Old Trafford. So, It is
So, It is believed that PSG already eyeing a January move for Los Blancos attacker James Rodriguez, with Corriere dello Sport suggesting that PSG chief and CEO Nasser Al Khelaifi is extreme to make a big investment.
The new head coach Unai Emery’s side have had a tough campaign, with a drop-off after Ibrahimovic’s exit, and it is believed a high-profile signing, similar to Real Madrid star James Rodriguez, could bring them to Ligue 1 glory.