Marc Cucurella to Manchester United move is now on the verge of collapse, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United identified Cucurella as a potent successor to stand in for the club’s injured left-back Luke Shaw.
The Red Devils had already opened talks with Chelsea for the player and were reportedly close to a deal but both sides got stucked on the negotiation table.
According to Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United wanted a shock clause in Cucurella loan move that will allow Manchester United to terminate the loan move on January.
Chelsea are said to have vehemently opposed the plan as they wanted a full season loan deal for Marc Cucurella if they must agree to the move.
With both parties not making progress on talks while they are also running out of time, Manchester United have now reportedly switch their attention to another left-back option in the Premier League.
According to David Ornstein, Manchester United are now in a shock move for Sergio Reguilon and are optimistic and close to signing the player as as soon as possible.
Meanwhile, the Red Devils are yet to ditch talks on Marc Cucurella despite the interest in Sergio Reguilon but signals so far indicate the Cucurella move is more likely to collapse.
The bottom line is the two clubs are yet to reach agreement on the loan plan for Cucurella with the transfer window set to close in a matter of days.
Cucurella has reportedly agreed to the move and was waiting for a greenlight from Chelsea.
With Sergio Reguilon on the picture now, the likelihood of the deal for the Chelsea defender going through is very slim.