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Man Utd eye two midfield targets as potential replacement for Paul Pogba

Manchester United are reportedly keeping tabs on AC Milan midfielder Frank Kessie and Tottenham midfielder Tanguy Ndombele.

According to Italian publication, Calciomercato, Man Utd would love to sign either Kessie or Ndombele if Paul Pogba leaves the club next summer.

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Frank Kessie

Paul Pogba’s Man Utd contract expires next summer and talks are reportedly ongoing to renew the Frenchman’s contract. His agent has however refused to rule out a move for the 28 year old next summer with a return to Juventus looking very much on the cards.

According to Mino Raiola, Paul Pogba loves Turin and would love to return to the city one day. Pogba has 7 assists in 5 Premier League games for Man Utd this season and with his current form, the club would be definitely doing anything possible to keep him.

Hence, Frank Kessie and Tanguy Ndombele appear to be a backup plan. Both players are key players at their respective and it could cost Man Utd some good pounds if the club is to succeed in prizing any of them away from either AC Milan or Tottenham.

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Tanguy Ndombele

Ndombele is Tottenham’s record signing at £55.45 million plus £8.97 million and Tottenham would like to recoup that amount spent peradventure they sell the midfielder. Kessie meanwhile is valued at around €55 million and it is not clear yet if AC Milan would want to receive more for the Ivorian.

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