Brighton midfielder Yves Bissouma has huge interest from six clubs, including Manchester United.
As per companion of Stretty News, Jonathan Shrager , Bissouma's representative Michael N'Cho has expressed that Liverpool, United, Arsenal, Monaco and different sides from La Liga are enthusiastic about the 24-year-old.
I have recently spoken with Bissouma's delegate, Michaël N'Cho, who affirmed to me that there is critical interest in Yves from #MUFC , Liverpool, Monaco, two La Liga groups, and furthermore Arsenal
Recently ESPN ran a story asserting there is interest in Bissouma from Liverpool, United and La Liga with the midfielder expected to be worth around £30m.
There's nothing to propose a move will be made in January, yet this is an arrangement United could begin dealing with one month from now in the event that they needed to reinforce the side halfway through the season once more.
It did some incredible things last term with Bruno Fernandes showing up from Sporting.
Bissouma, who showed up at Brighton in the mid year of 2018, has begun every one of the 12 of his side's Premier League games this season and he is currently observed as an expected trade for Liverpool's Georginio Wijnaldum.
The 24-year-old would reinforce United's crew however it stays not yet clear how he would find a way into our midfielder. We could be discussing the main Mali worldwide to play for United!
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