Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Juventus star Adrien Rabiot as a potential replacement for Donny van de Beek in the January transfer window. Van de Beek has struggled to secure regular playing time at Old Trafford and a move away from the club was expected this summer. Meanwhile, United had previously shown interest in Rabiot but he extended his contract with Juventus. However, with his contract set to expire soon, United are monitoring the situation closely. Additionally, there are rumors of United considering a swoop for Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry to strengthen their right flank.
Manchester United ‘target’ Donny van de Beek replacement and more transfer rumors
Manchester United are reportedly looking to strengthen their squad in the upcoming January transfer window. One potential target is Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot, who could replace Donny van de Beek. Van de Beek has struggled to establish himself at United since joining in 2020. Rabiot was previously a target for United and could be available soon as his contract extension with Juventus expires. In addition, United are considering a move for Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry to bolster their options on the right flank.
Adrien Rabiot: A Possible Replacement for Van de Beek
Donny van de Beek has been unable to secure regular game-time at Manchester United, and the club is now looking for a potential replacement. Adrien Rabiot, the Juventus midfielder, is being monitored by United as a possible option. Rabiot was previously a target for the club but signed a one-season contract extension with Juventus. However, with his contract set to expire soon, United could have another chance to sign him. Rabiot’s addition could provide the midfield depth and quality that United is looking for.
Serge Gnabry: Strengthening the Right Flank
Manchester United is also considering a move for Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry. The 28-year-old has established himself as a top performer with both club and country. United is particularly interested in strengthening their options on the right flank, and Gnabry’s experience in the Premier League from his time at Arsenal makes him an attractive prospect. However, Gnabry is still under contract with Bayern Munich until 2026, and a transfer fee of around £50 million has been suggested. United will need to weigh up the potential cost and benefits of this move.