“I want to taste it”: Ten Hag’s dream defender gives United his transfer deal breaker

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Axel Disasi, a player wanted by Manchester United, recently acknowledged his desire to compete in the Champions League.

Numerous clubs in Europe have recently expressed interest in the French defender after he made a strong impression in Ligue 1 this season.

Additionally, he participated in the World Cup, which saw France make its debut on the world scene by reaching the final.

Erik ten Hag is anticipated to reevaluate his defensive options after bringing in Lisandro Martinez last summer.

If the proper offer is made, Eric Bailly, Victor Lindelof, Harry Maguire, and Axel Tuanzebe might all depart. There is still plenty of time before the start of the new season, so nothing has been confirmed.

Disasi, who can play both right back and center back, would be a flexible choice.

The 25-year-old Disasi recently discussed his desire to play frequently for his country with Goal, according to Goal.

I was able to make the choices already because of Monaco. I am therefore appreciative of the club on this aspect. A reflection will be conducted regarding the remainder.

You must routinely play in Europe and rank among the best to be called up here. That is also our goal with AS Monaco, therefore we must first qualify for Europe before determining what will transpire.

This season, Monaco was forced to play in the Europa League after falling short of the Champions League playoffs.

Disasi has a great desire to compete in the prominent European league and may chose to sign with a team that will compete at the highest level the following season.

“Of course, we’re talking about the Champions League. The Europa League is a league I am familiar with. However, it’s true that whenever I discuss it with Dayot Upamecano or Ibrahima Konate, I really want to taste it and be there.

This season, Monaco is currently in fourth place, five points behind second place, the position needed to play in the Champions League.

Manchester United is currently in third place in the Premier League and is on track to qualify.

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