The player has been excellent in the whole tournament
Manchester United are looking to bolster their squad in the transfer window after an underwhelming campaign this season, not winning a single silverware.
They are expected to be busy in the summer transfer window and have already completed three signings. Teenage full-back Diogo Dalot from Porto, while a £52.5 million fee has been agreed with Shakhtar Donetsk for Brazil international Fred and Lee Grant from Stoke City.
Jose Mourinho is looking to bolster his forward line this summer as he wants someone to liven up his side’s attack next season, who were the lowest scoring team in the top four last season.
United Legend Rio Ferdinand has urged the club to sign World Cup winner and Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe.
“He is a superstar. It wasn’t a shock for him to do that in a World Cup Final,” Ferdinand said on BBC as quoted by Express. “He is the guy that Cristiano and Messi are handing the crown over to. He will be on the Ballon d’Or podium for the next 10 years.
“I hope my old club is chasing him. I hope they’ve got their cheque book out, saying ‘whatever it costs, we’ll take you’
The France International burst onto the scene for Monaco during the 2016/2017 campaign and helped the team to win Ligue 1. His outstanding form caught attention of PSG and took him on an initial loan deal last summer that includes the option for a €180 million deal, that will make the deal permanent.
The 19 year old was very crucial for the Ligue 1 giants domestic dominance last season, scoring 21 goals in all competitions, helping them to win the domestic treble.
He has been excellent for his nation France in this year’s World Cup, scoring 4 goals. He scored in the finals against Croatia as they won their first World Cup since 1998.
The young striker became the youngest since Brazil legend Pele to score in a final and was given the World Cup Young Player award.
Though the French Side is expected to make his move permanent but with the club facing FFP issues, they might be forced to not to make the deal permanent.