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Manchester United Move To Sign Lewandowski



Jose Mourinho is still in the transfer market hoping to snap up some good players to boost the title hopes of Manchester United next season.
Manchester United are set to pull off a stunning swoop for Leonardo Bonucci, Robert Lewandowski and Thiago Alcantara.

Manager, Jose Mourinho has spoken of his desire to bring in at least, two more players before the transfer window closes after landing Diogo Dalot, Lee Grant and Fred.

Independent, UK, reports that United feel that it is possible to sign Bonucci from AC Milan and Bayern Munich duo, Lewandowski and Thiago.

Bonucci had also been linked with a return to Juventus after just one season at Milan.

Bayern have a new manager in Niko Kovac and Thiago is expected to have a prominent role in his team. And Bayern chief Karl-Heinz Rummenigge ruled out the possibility of the midfielder leaving on Wednesday.

He said, “Thiago is an important player here, we have never expressed any thoughts that he is leaving the club, there has never been anything in the story.”

Lewandowski is one of the most prolific strikers in European football and his agent, Pini Zahavi said in May that the Poland star wanted to leave the Allianz Arena.

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But the 29-year-old is understood to have had a change of heart and now wants to remain at Bayern.

In other news, Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry has verbally agreed to become Aston Villa’s manager.

Henry left his punditry role at Sky Sports earlier this month as he wants to focus on his managerial career.

The French man was also part of Roberto Martinez’s coaching staff for Belgium’s World Cup campaign in Russia.

Henry, who also has coaching experience with Arsenal’s academy side, is now ready to land his first job as a manager.

According to Daily Star, Henry has “verbally agreed” to take over from Steve Bruce at Villa.

According to the newspaper, the Frenchman has been in talks with Villa’s new majority shareholders, Nassef Sawiris and Wes Edens.