Man United will have to pay £34 million if they want to complete a move for Kieran Trippier as Atletico won’t be looking to sell cheap, MySportDab reports.
The Laliga club have fix their asking price for the defender who Manchester United are eager to complete a move for.
Kieran Trippier can move back to Premier League if an agreement fee of £34 million will be paid by the Red Devils this summer.
The right back has drawn interest from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side who are looking at making a move for him this summer window.
Atletico Madrid are ready to let go but demand their asking price of £34 million be met with before they can agree on anything else.
A move looks likely to happen pending if they are willing to increase their bid which was first pushed forward by the Premier League side.
Atletico Madrid have turned down an opening offer from Manchester United for right-back Kieran Trippier, according to reports from Fabrizio Romano.
The Liga champions apparently want €40 million (£34m/$48m) to allow the England international to leave.
Meanwhile, Tom Heaton has reportedly completed his medical with the Red Devils and will sign until 2023.
An official announcement is set to follow for the former Aston Villa goalkeeper who is Manchester United first signing this summer.
He joined as a free agent following the expiration of his contract which will see him remain at Old Trafford for next season with an option to extend for one more year.