Manchester United’s move for Chelsea defender, Marc Cucurella, has collapsed, MySportDab reports.
Manchester United wanted to sign Marc Cucurella on loan this summer as the club raid the transfer market for a replacement for injured Luke Shaw.
MySportDab understand talks and negotiations were opened with Chelsea immediately to see through the move before the transfer window closes.
However, talks for Cucurella suffered setback after Manchester United wanted a ‘break clause’ that will allow the club to terminate the loan move for Marc Cucurella as early as January.
The Red Devils wanted a short loan deal that will run out in a matter of months not a full season loan deal that will run till the end of the season.
Chelsea is said to have been put off by the ‘break clause’ demanded by Manchester United and were not ready to agree with the move.
The negotiations suffered setback as the two clubs could not reach a common ground on the structure of the loan move for the player.
Meanwhile, Manchester United diverted their attention to Sergio Reguilon as an alternative left-back as the move for Marc Cucurella neared collapse.
Now, Fabrizio Romano has confirmed the move for Marc Cucurella has collapsed due the disagreement over the ‘break clause.’
While Cucurella’s move to Manchester United have collapsed, United have completed a shock and fast deal with Tottenham Hotspur to sign Sergio Reguilon as a replacement for injured.
Manchester United have reached agreement with Tottenham Hotspur for Sergio Reguilon and have signed the player on loan.