Man Utd and Barcelona close to settling Mina fee

United had targeted Leicester's Maguire

United had targeted Leicester's Maguire

Jose Mourinho has not hidden his desire to land a new central defender this summer but the club are concerned that both alternatives, Alderweireld and Boateng, are 29 and overpriced.

According to The Mirror, Manchester United are closing in on the Belgian International for a reported fee of 60 million.

Though it's not stated in the report, it could be that the transfer won't happen because Mourinho has managed to have a breakthrough with Alderweireld.

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Barca now have six centre-backs in their squad and only three - Gerard Pique, Samuel Umtiti and new signing Clement Lenglet - appear guaranteed to be at the club when the season begins. Mina's adviser, Felipe Russo, "angered" United by constantly demanding increased payments.

With the new Premier League season kicking off on Friday Manchester United are still unsure whether they'll have the services of Paul Pogba.

Mourinho has told the Old Trafford board that he needs a high-class centre-back with experience after signing Eric Bailly and Victor Lindelof - and now it appears the Portuguese has finally got his man after playing the waiting game.

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And Catalan newspaper Sport say Everton have now agreed a deal to sign the 23-year-old defender.

United monitored his situation closely and was always the top most priority. The towering defender is regarded as one of the best in his position in the Premier League, despite going through a hard 2018-19 season.

The defender did have a strong 2018 FIFA World Cup campaign, as he played an important hand in leading Belgium to the third-place finish in this summer's showpiece event.

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