Manchester United to steal Borussia Dortmund duo Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze
Manchester United are believed to be closing in on Borussia Dortmund duo Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze. Reports suggest Manchester United are already in talks to sign in the forward and the attacking midfielder this January transfer window.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been a long-term admirer of Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze. The Old Trafford boss tried to sign in the pair during the summers, but had to eventually settle down for their teammate Shinji Kagawa.
Manchester United’s interest in Robert Lewandowski and Mario Gotze reignited after their respective buyout clauses were revealed last week. According to reports, Roberto Lewandowski and Mario Gotze have a £12 million and a £30 million buyout clause embed in their contracts with Borussia Dortmund.
Arsenal are set to battle with Manchester United in the transfer of the young German and tall Polish player. Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger attempted to sign in Mario Gotze for £32 million during the summer transfer window, but Borussia Dortmund snubbed their transfer offer.
Insiders at Manchester United reveal Sir Alex Ferguson is set to steal Mario Gotze for £30 million from Borussia Dortmund this fall. The Scotsman has to prepare for time without Paul Scholes and Ryan Giggs. Mario Gotze, who is already performing beyond his years, is expected to fill in the boots of Paul Scholes at Manchester United.
Sir Alex Ferguson has been forced to Wayne Rooney in Manchester United attacking midfield. Tom Cleverly was supposed to pick up where Paul Scholes left off, but the young Englishman needs more experience before becoming a regular in Manchester United’s first team.
At London, Arsene Wenger plans on installing Mario Gotze in the heart of his midfield, where he would partner up with Jack Wilshere. The Frenchman believes Mario Gotze will be the man who will fill up the void left by departure Cesc Fabregas.
Manchester United’s attempt to sign in Robert Lewandowski appears to be a done deal. The £12 million deal for him is just too tempting to refuse. Manchester United have also been linked with a couple of other midfielders over the past week.
Kevin Strootman and Wesley Sneijder have been approached by Manchester United in the past, but now as Sir Alex Ferguson plans on bolstering his midfielder a decision can be expected real soon.
Manchester United are currently in positioned on top of the English Premier League. They have also qualified for the knockout stage of the Champions League.