Manchester United's attack is as good as Manchester City's, claims Ryan Giggs

Dean Simpson
February 8, 2018

Manchester United are in advanced talks to sign Justin Kluivert and are ready to agree a £10m deal to sign the highly-rated Ajax attacker in the summer, according to the Mirror.

However, speaking to Voetbal Inside after Ajax's win over NAC Breda, Kluivert shut down the rumours.

"I haven't spoken to Jose Mourinho myself". I know as little as you guys do.

United manager Jose Mourinho certainly has plenty of top class forward options at his disposal, although he has struggled to find the necessary balance between attack and defensive at times this season - especially against top-six rivals.

He also, after the 1-0 win over Tottenham in October, expressed his unhappiness with United fans over what he regarded as unfair treatment of Romelu Lukaku.

A move to one of Europe's heavyweights may be of interest to Kluivert in the coming years, but the best place for the Holland youth international's is undoubtedly at Ajax, where he will be afforded regular game-time as they strive for silverware.

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"...we have Alexis. We have Rashford...", he replied. Sanchez played on the right for Barcelona so I don't think it is set in stone that he'll play on the left every game. "I played with a few of them at Porto", Alenichev admits.

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