Manchester United have turned down an preliminary provide from Turkish aspect Galatasaray for midfielder Fred, 90min understands.
Fred has fallen down the pecking order at Previous Trafford and is known to be contemplating his choices, with United ready to money in on the 30-year-old Brazilian for the appropriate value.
United are in search of over £20m to half methods with Fred and 90min understands a gap proposal from Galatasaray has been rejected after falling in need of that valuation.
There stays loads of curiosity in Fred’s companies however United’s asking value may show problematic. Fulham have focused the midfielder however have made it clear that they don’t share United’s worth of Fred.
The Cottagers additionally produce other targets in thoughts, together with one other Brazilian, 21-year-old Andre Trindade of Fluminense.
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Nottingham Forest have made contact with Fred’s representatives however haven’t superior their curiosity at this level. Roma have additionally reached out.
Essentially the most concrete curiosity in Fred’s companies at present comes from Saudi Arabia however the midfielder shouldn’t be believed to have decided on whether or not to go away United or not this summer time.
Fred managed 56 appearances in all competitions final season – solely Bruno Fernandes and David de Gea featured in additional video games – however solely 23 of these got here as a starter.
The summer time arrival of Mason Mount from Chelsea has solely added to the competitors for minutes in Erik ten Hag’s midfield, forcing Fred to contemplate his choices.
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