Stam demands Manchester United Premier League bid

Ivan Perisic

The Wales global has been linked with a potential switch to Old Trafford from the Champions League holders in the current transfer window.

United have brought in Victor Lindelof, Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic for a combined sum of almost £150million since the end of last season.

United have been heavily linked with the Croatian winger all summer, however, the Daily Mail reports that the Italian giants have no intentions of selling Perisic.

Inter have insisted the Perisic will remain in Milan and Ausilio reiterated the Serie A club's stance regarding the Croatia worldwide winger and team-mate Antonio Candreva, who is reportedly a target for Chelsea. "And the same goes for Perisic".

We still think a deal might happen, but it is looking less and less likely. But the delay over the move highlights the struggles Mourinho's side have encountered getting deals over the line this summer.


Manager, Jose Mourinho had been keen on the player to add width to his attacking midfield to help new signing, Romelu Lukaku, who thrives on crosses from the flanks. There is still no agreement with Nice but the player wants to join us.

Mourinho appeared to have been given hope of landing Perisic last week.

The 54-year-old wanted the crux of United's business to be completed before they flew to the United States for the start of pre-season.

"They will be back by the end of the year so our squad is not so big and we need options". Matic only made his debut in Dublin against Sampdoria on Wednesday [2 August], 11 days before their Premier League opener.

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