Man United have already ‘tried to secure’ brilliant striker with€120m buyout clause

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To recruit Gonçalo Ramos from Benfica to Old Trafford, Manchester United has been negotiating a huge contract.

According to Sport Witness, United is preparing a bid of at least €100 million for the World Cup wonder from Portugal.

Portuguese media claims that United ‘even sought to capture the player’ for next summer a few weeks ago, but Benfica rejected their offer.

No other information was provided, although it is commonly believed that Benfica will not consider any offers that are less than their €120 million release clause.

In addition to having a fantastic season with Benfica, Ramos made a great impression by scoring a hat-trick for Portugal during the World Cup.

Ramos, who is only 21 years old, possesses all the physical qualities necessary to compete in the Premier League.

The huge striker appears to be suited for the English game because he is quick, strong, and has a natural ability to finish.

For Benfica this year, he has already scored 25 goals, and they are on the verge of winning the Premier League for the first time since 2019.

Ramos is one of the candidates on the list to lead United’s assault in the upcoming season, according to Erik ten Hag, who is rumored to be a big fan of the player.

As Ten Hag continues to put the pieces together at Old Trafford to establish a credible title challenge, United are in desperate need of a centre striker to finish off his attacking line.

Ramos might come as a surprise to United this summer despite the fact that Harry Kane and Victor Osimhen have been heavily linked to moves to Manchester.

Ramos will be expected to lead United back to the top of English football if they are successful in getting him across the finish line.

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