Man United Overtake Liverpool In Race To Sign Saul Niguez (Full Details)

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Manchester United are now favorite ahead of Liverpool to a land a move for Atletico Madrid player Saul Niguez, MySportDab reports.

The attacking midfielder is being targeted by another Premier League side who is also said to be strongly interested in making a move this summer.

Both Manchester United and Liverpool are considering making a move for Saul Niguez who is being linked with an exit this summer and the Old Trafford club are currently on top.

Atletico Madrid recently completed the signature of Rodrigo de Paul and that have paved the way for the Spanish International to make a move elsewhere this summer.

Premier League rivals battle for Atletico Madrid star player who is likely to accept a move to England which have been mooted for a very long time.

Manchester United have edged ahead of arch-rivals Liverpool in the race for Atletico Madrid midfielder Saul Niguez, according to latest reports coming from Mundo Deportivo.

The Spain international has been linked with the Red Devils for some time, and interest is being stepped up at Old Trafford as talks are held with his representatives.

Chelsea at one point in time also showed interest in the player but unfortunately had to drop out due to his club refusing to listen to offers coming in from the London side.

Manchester United who recently completed a deal for Jadon Sancho will be hoping they can complete another one for Saul Niguez as they continue to make moves.

Raphael Varane and Kieran Trippier’s moves are also being discussed with good news already as they approach the final decision concerning an agreement.

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