Olise and Branthwaite made Man Utd’s priority transfer targets

Olise of Crystal Palace

Olise and Branthwaite are high on Ineos’ list of transfer targets this summer window. Manchester United prepares for an overhaul.

How much will Olise and Branthwaite cost?

The Crystal Palace star is open to an Old Trafford switch and personal terms will not be a problem. The winger has a release clause of around £60m in his deal, which any club can activate.

The performance of Antony this year as well as the likelihood that ten Hag will be let go. This means that the club will be on the lookout for an attacker on the right to become a starter next season.

There is still uncertainty about Jadon Sancho and his future, especially with Ten Hag’s probable departure. But Ineos will not leave it to chance. As reported previously, Marcus Edwards of Sporting CP is another option for Manchester United. The club values him at around €41 million (£35m). But Olise and Branthwaite are top targets next summer.

Olise has admirers at Chelsea and Liverpool but it’s a move to Manchester United that he’s the most receptive to, with Ineos looking to inject significant funds into the club’s transfer kitty.

Meanwhile, Everton’s financial woes mean that they may have to sell some of their biggest assets, regardless of whether they remain in the Premier League or not.

Branthwaite has been a target for Manchester United for a considerable period – It was reported their initial interest back in August – while there are those among Ineos who also believe that he would make an ideal signing for the new project.

Branthwaite price

There is an expectancy that Branthwaite will become one of England’s starting men in the coming years, while he has already proved himself to be one of the top-performing defenders playing in the Premier League today. Around €88m (£75m) should see a deal complete but the 21-year-old will not be short of suitors.

Hopefully, for United fans, the deal will be done for Olise and Branthwaite.

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