Man Utd have perfect opportunity to hijack transfer and fulfil Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wish | Football | Sport
The United boss wants to bring in young, up-and-coming stars and they’ve now got the perfect opportunity to do so.
Watford are clearly ready to cash in on Sarr this summer out of fear his price may drop next summer.
Liverpool had seemed the most likely destination, but the Reds opted to go for Diogo Jota due to Wolves accepting a lower upfront payment.
The Hornets are said to want £40m for Sarr, with £10m in instalments.
Liverpool made it clear when they were initially interested in Jamal Lewis that an asking price set too high wasn’t something they were willing to negotiate, leading them to move swiftly on to other targets.