Man United F.C has just received the green light to sign Bournemouth’s David Brooks at the asking price which is set £40 million but there are two other stars who might be of just as much interest to the Red Devils. According to Tindall however, each offer or transfer has to be dealt with on an individual basis.
The new boss of the Cherries’ Jason Tindall also told The Express that despite having lost two of its important players in the persons of Nathan Aké and Aaron Ramsdale to Manchester City and Sheffield United respectively, the club will not stand in the way of transfers.
We as a soccer team have got a value of what we believe for our players and if this value is met then players have the opportunity to then discuss with whoever they should discuss with and then make the decision they feel is ideal for them. ‘I don’t think it’s a club that will stand in anybody’s way providing that the club’s happy with and it meets the valuation of the player.’ He was quoted.
In Brooks’ instance it’s a green light for the Red Devils, but a costly one. Transfermarkt values at only # 18 million the Manchester City youth player, therefore the reported evaluation of Bournemouth of his market value is way above what it should be.
What is intriguing about Tindall’s remarks though is they apply to all his players and thus opening the door to bidding calls for other starts like Callum Wilson and Joshua King.
Manchester United had tried to sign King in the January transfer window but their 20 million pounds bid was not accepted and the deal fell through on deadline day. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might attempt once again under the current conditions since he understands the player quite well. Jim Solbakken is the agent that King and Solskjaer would now share.
As it stands, Wilson is the Cherries’ best player and at just 28 years old could make an superb addition to the attacking options of Solskjaer.