Jose Mourinho is desperate to strengthen his Manchester United defence before the transfer window closes on Thursday and a deal for Tottenham's Toby Alderweireld is reportedly close to completion, although a planned move for Barcelona's Yerry Mina has collapsed.
With the new Premier League season kicking off on Friday Manchester United are still unsure whether they'll have the services of Paul Pogba.
Manchester United are thought to be interested in a swoop to sign the Belgium worldwide in the current transfer window to bolster their defence.
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At Manchester United, the pursuit of a centre-back this summer has been well documented after an underwhelming performance by the defensive unit in the second half of the 2017-18 season.
Boateng did not enjoy a good World Cup and age is against him.
"Spurs will know that this is a challenge to make money on him".
Alderweireld has entered the final 12 months of his contract but Spurs are demanding in excess of £60m for his signature.
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The Mirror broke the news on Sunday morning, and United are confident of getting a deal tied up within the next 48 hours.
Alderweireld, 29, has plied his professional trade in England since 2014 following a transfer from Atletico Madrid.
Signing Alderweireld could be the difference between United being realistic Premier League contenders or just fighting for a top-four place, that is how important a signing the Belgian could be for the Red Devils.
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