Transfer: Jose Mourinho eager to sign two Real Madrid stars

Posted July 24, 2018

Anthony Martial has been told he can leave Manchester United - but only for the right club and the right price.

Even before being held by Club America and San Jose Earthquakes, Mourinho was aware that a further cash injection would be required if United are to seriously challenge for silverware this coming season. That's the big question on every fans' lips as they enter the new season.

However after more links to Harry Maguire came about odds have fallen drastically from 10/1 to just 11/10 in a matter of days according to Betway.

The Daily Mail says that Mourinho has more than a passing interest in the Leicester centre-back, believing that Maguire has the commanding presence that his Old Trafford defence desperately needs.

And for the last couple of weeks, the Maguire-to-Old-Trafford rumour has been bubbling away nicely without any official word from anyone. until now.

Lewis Dunk of Brighton & Hove Albionis challenged by Anthony Martial of Manchester United during the Premier League match between Brighton and Hove Albion and Manchester United at Amex
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Maguire continued to forge a reputation as one of the best centre-backs in the Premier League last season and he carried that form in to the World Cup as he was one of England's star performers en route to their semi-final appearance in Russian Federation.

Mourinho is said to have doubts about both Chris Smalling and Victor Lindelof and also feels that the signing of Diego Dalot from Porto has relieved fullback issues sufficiently to allow the pursuit of a central defender.

"Maguire is still 8/11 to remain with the Foxes as Claude Puel plots improving on his side's ninth place finish last season, while a move to Tottenham looks unlikely with Spurs out to 13/2 having been the 2/1 favourites to sign him".

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