Ryan Bertrand has come to the attention of Manchester United as a potential player to enhance their team’s left-hand defensive side. CONTINUE READING>>>>>
The Red Devils are interested in the seasoned player who just parted ways with Leicester City as they look for an immediate cure to their injury problems.
Manchester United is in a hazardous situation as a result of Shaw’s injury, forcing the team to think about immediate alternatives.
The need for reinforcement has grown due to Tyrell Malacia’s injury and Brandon Williams’ temporary transfer to another team.
According to sources, preliminary conversations over Bertrand’s probable transfer have already begun, with United’s hierarchy getting in touch with the player’s agents.
Given Bertrand’s present status as a free agent, it is unexpected that this potential transfer would be a cost-free move for the team.
It wouldn’t be the first time this summer that Manchester United looked to a free agent from Leicester City.
Jonny Evans underwent a similar adjustment, and United reportedly wanted to give him a one-year deal after being impressed by his performance in Erik ten Hag’s training sessions.
If everything works well, Bertrand might team up with Evans, 35, in the Manchester United starting lineup.…… Continue Your Reading