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Manchester United eyeing Barcelona Star Ronald Araujo

Manchester United which is facing more problems on his defensive line set to reinforce buy buying new Defenders to strengthen their squad.Manchester United are weighing up a bid worth more than £30 million for Barcelona defender Ronald Arjaujo according to reports.

The Red Devils have spent significant funds on their back line in recent years. They have signed the likes of center back Harry Maguire and RaphaelVarane, right back Aaron Wan Bissaka and left back Alex Telles. However Manchester United boss Ralph Rangnick is looking for further change his squad.

On this note Uruguayan center back Ronald Arjaujo is a more long term target, and at the age of 22, he is developing into one of the most hardworking defenders in Europe.

He has in fact become one of the new look Barcelona team after their financial troubles forced them to focus even more on youth development. At such Arjaujo has caught admiring glances from United manager Rangnick.

The Germain coach believes that the Uruguay star has the perfect qualities to fit in the Premier League. Ralph Rangnick also thinks Araujo could have some similar qualities like Virgil Van Dijk at Liverpool or Ruben Fias at Manchester City.

Araujo has played 58 games for Barcelona, including 19 this season. He scored his second La Liga goal of the campaign earlier this month to contribute to the 1-1 draw against Sevilla, where he played at the right back.

This option of the manager set to be nice idea as the team's right back continues to grow weak. This means that Manchester United are in a strong wish for the youngster in other to strengthen the team's back line.

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