Forget Kylian – Mourinho Ready to Agree $65.7million Star Signing for Man Utd

Manchester United will collide against Tottenham Hotspur and must win to have any chance of finishing in the top four this season.
The Red Devils can also qualify for the CL by winning the Europa League and they will face Ajax in the final of the competition this month.
As far as the transfers are concerned, the Old Trafford club have been heavily interested in hiring the services of French international and Monaco star Kylian Mbappe. The teenage star has been sensational for the Ligue 1 side in the current campaign.
However, according to Daily Mail, the Les Bleus center forward wants to join Spanish giants Real Madrid and in such a scenario, Mourinho is targeting the signing of Porto star Yacince Brahimi.
As per the provided Daily Mail link, Mourinho wants to sign a world class winger but is Brahimi a world class player?
The 27-year-old Algerian international can be deployed anywhere in the attacking third but naturally, he is a left winger who has the pace and trickery to trouble the defenses. If he signs for Man United, we can expect him to replace Anthony Martial on the left hand side of the attack.
This season, the African star has featured in 29 games (all competitions) for the Primeira Liga giants and directly contributed in 10 goals (6 goals and 4 assists).
Yacine’s current deal with the Portuguese side will expire in 2019 and it has a huge release clause of 51 million pounds ($65.7million) (Mail). In your opinion, is Brahimi good enough to improve Man Utd’s offense?
Also Read: $240,000-a-week Star to Agree Man Utd Move – Terms Already Accepted

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  1. Yacince Brahimi would be perfect for United, having watched various clips of him for Porto this season he was so fast my eyes could not keep up with his movement. United need to widen their play on both wings to give the opposition defence headaches this player gave me one trying to keep up with his skill on the ball, his speed and his direct drive at defenders. Exciting and productive but would Mourinho curb his flare?

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