Man United’s improved £70m offer for Leicester city defender Harry Maguire has just on fell deaf ears as The Foxes reject the Red Devil again.
Having made an initial £65m offer for Harry, Man. United was forced to add an extra £5m for the defender but the addition brings no change as Leicester City stood firm on their £80m price.
According to Skysources, Manchester United offer was rejected minutes back after they updated Leicester of their recent bid.
Manchester City are also interested in having the defender and both teams had offered to pay £65m until the Red Devils decided to gear up the deal by adding an extra £5m to their offer.
With Vincent Kompany out of the squad, The Citizens are out to get a replacement and might end up being the ones to have Maguire only if they provide the required amount.
But Ole Gunnar is fiercely out to rebuild this squad after his ‘interim management era was tagged coincidence’ as he lost most of his matches after been named the permanent manager.
Having signed Wan-Bissaka, for a 50m, I believe Gunnar won’t hesitate to add the required 10m and have Harry become a Red Devil so as to perfect the Ole plans.
The clubs are yet to come up with another offer.