Mbappe To United? Jim Ratcliffe Make AWKWARD Reaction!

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Jim Ratcliffe is being tasked with the duty of helping Manchester United develop as he teases Kylian Mbappe’s move to Old Trafford, MySportDab reports.

All indications are already pointing at the France International is heading to Real Madrid when the summer window open for business.

Jim Ratcliffe who recently took over part of Manchester United had a lot to say concerning Kylian Mbappe to Old Trafford which he also made his reaction known.

The Premier League side are expected to go into the summer window with enough funding for new players to ensure their 2024/25 season will be exceptional.

Their aim will be winning the Premier League title but first they need to make new addition to the team which they will be looking to do when the window open.

Kylian Mbappe was earlier linked with a move to Manchester United when Jim Ratcliffe takeover was still pending approval during January window.

According to report reaching us today from Fabrizio Romano, he confirmed comments coming from the part United owner concerning the Mbappe move.

Here Is What Was Said:

“Mbappé to Man United? I’d try to find the next Mbappé rather than spend a fortune trying to buy success”.

“It’s not that clever to sign Mbappé now, it’s more challenging to find the next Mbappé, next Bellingham or next Roy Keane”.

Those at Old Trafford believe the plan is to build a formidable team which will bring back glory like the days of Sir Alex Ferguson.

It won’t be an easy one as Chelsea tried doing the same after a new owner took over and they are still struggling to put everything together.

Jim Ratcliffe is positive and looking to help Manchester United in finding the next talent which they can grow into world class like Mbappe, Bellingham and other big names today.

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