Man United have been tracking the Bundesliga star for months, but talks will only take place if one condition is met
According to Fabrizio Romano’s exclusive CaughtOffside column ‘the Daily Briefing,’ Manchester United has been tracking Bayer Leverkusen right-back Jeremie Frimpong for several months.
The Red Devils would benefit from strengthening in that area, and it appears Frimpong is firmly on their summer agenda, though negotiations will begin depending on what happens with Aaron Wan-Bissaka, according to Romano.
The transfer news expert also denied any contact between Manchester United and Bayern Munich right-back Benjamin Pavard, implying that Frimpong is still the club’s priority in that position for the time being.
“Manchester United has been looking for right backs since December; Frimpong was already on the list in October/November and will undoubtedly remain there,” Romano said.
“No new information on Pavard as of yet. The future of Wan-Bissaka will influence the discussions.
MUFC supporters will undoubtedly be hoping that Frimpong can succeed because he is a promising young talent and would likely be an improvement over both Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot.
It’s a little surprising that Wan-Bissaka didn’t leave Old Trafford in January given how uncertain his future has been for some time, but the club appears likely to pursue this sale in the summer.