Man Utd 'in superior switch talks for Fulham flop Mbabu' claims shock report

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MANCHESTER UNITED have been linked with a shocking and shock transfer for Fulham flop Kevin Mbabu.

The Crimson Devils weren’t anticipated to be out there for any new additions this month after snapping up goalkeeper Jack Butland on a free switch and ahead Wout Weghorst on mortgage.

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Man Utd have been linked with a shock swoop for Fulham’s Kevin MbabuCredit score: Rex

Nevertheless, TuttoMercatoWeb declare that they’re considering signing the Swiss worldwide right-back together with Italian membership AC Monza.

The 27-year-old Mbabu solely joined Fulham from VfL Wolfsburg throughout the summer season however he has didn’t make an impression underneath boss Marco Silva.

Actually, he has solely began twice for the West London outfit together with his final look coming in November.

Now this recent report is stating that he may very well be on the transfer over the following fortnight.

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Monza have allegedly recognized the defender however sadly for them he’s “close to Manchester United”.

The article even says that the participant’s switch to Previous Trafford is on the “advanced negotiation” stage.

United boss Erik ten Hag has favoured Diogo Dalot for almost all of the marketing campaign.

He additionally has Aaron Wan-Bissaka as back-up, and the previous Crystal Palace ace has shone over current weeks after getting his likelihood as a consequence of an damage to his Portuguese team-mate.

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Mbabu is underneath contract at Fulham till 2026, with the choice of an extra 12 months included.

He beforehand performed for each Newcastle and Rangers however solely made three Premier League appearances for the Magpies.

He then joined Swiss aspect Younger Boys, earlier than most not too long ago spending three seasons at Wolfsburg previous to his swap to the Cottagers.



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