Man United Transfer Talk: Richarlison, Philippe Coutinho, Adrien Rabiot

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The rebuild of Manchester United could definitely take some time, so get ready and dig your heels in for that. The upshot is that we’ll have a summer transfer window filled with many comings and goings.

And with Manchester United linked to approximately 97,324 players already, the time is right for some Red Devils transfer talk on this lovely Sunday. Here’s the link to part two of today’s We begin with Philippe Coutinho, the extremely expensive Brazilian winger who has been a bust at Barcelona thus far.

Reports indicate that Barca would be prepared to take a financial loss on the man they acquired from Liverpool in the January transfer window of 2018.

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Chelsea and especially Manchester United have been linked to Coutinho this silly season, but according to reports in Italy, it’s Paris Saint-Germain who are the front-runners now.

Calciomercato.com writes that: “Coutinho will not come cheap for whoever buys him and PSG may appear as the most likely destination if the Brazilian is to leave Barcelona.”

We stay within the final third, and turn next to Everton forward Richarlison, who admits he’s very flattered by the reports linking him with a £100 million move to either Manchester United or FC Barcelona. However, he dismissed the idea that he’s on the move.

“It’s a nice feeling when you get praise for your good work, but I’m not thinking about a transfer at the moment. I’ve just arrived at Everton. I’m happy here,” Richarlison told reporters (h/t TeamTalk).

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Finally, and in this item we go back to PSG, here is the latest on United’s pursuit of Paris Saint-Germain outcast Adrien Rabiot. According to Bleacher Report, he’s been offered a really BIG money deal.

How big? £170,000-a-week big. B/R writes that “According to French website Le10Sport (h/t Daily Mirror‘s Aaron Flanagan), United are also offering the 24-year-old a sign-on fee of €5 million (£4.43 million)”

Paul M. Banks runs The Sports Bank.net, which is partnered with News Now. Banks, the author of “No,  I Can’t Get You Free Tickets: Lessons Learned From a Life in the Sports Media Industry,” regularly appears on WGN CLTV and co-hosts the Let’s Get Weird, Sports” podcast on SB Nation

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