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MU and Arsenal give up on recruiting defender Kieran Trippier

Tuesday 17/08/2021 21:10(GMT+7)

Newspaper says Bongda24h

Both MU and Arsenal have given up hope of owning Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier, the reason is because the Spanish team requires too much money for their star.

Atletico Madrid bid £51m for Kieran Trippier

Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer really wants to bring in the 30-year-old player, thereby competing for the position with Aaron Wan-Bissaka on the right wing. The Norwegian teacher targeted Atletico Madrid defender Kieran Trippier.

Atletico Madrid bid £51m for Kieran Trippier

Atletico Madrid bid £51m for Kieran Trippier

Last season, Trippier played quite well in the shirt of Atletico Madrid. Since arriving at the Spanish team in 2019, the player born in 1990 has always maintained stability. He is also a member of England’s squad for the Euro 2020 finals.

In addition to MU, Arsenal are also interested in Trippier. Hector Bellerin is doing everything to get out, so the Gunners are forced to plan to find a replacement. If MU only accepts to spend £ 22 million, Arsenal are willing to spend up to £ 34 million for this deal.

However, Atletico Madrid expressed their ambition to keep the player born in 1990, as evidenced by their shouting price of £ 51 million for the former Tottenham player. According to AS, MU and Arsenal withdrew after being unable to meet the amount demanded by the Spanish team.

Most likely MU will give up the ambition to buy more right-backs, they will believe in Diogo Dalot. Meanwhile, Arsenal are looking to exchange players with Barca. The Gunners are considering a swap deal involving Hector Bellerin and Emerson Royal.

Both coach Mikel Arteta and Director Edu appreciate Emerson Royal’s ability, they are ready to let Bellerin go to Camp Nou and welcome the 22-year-old right-back to Emirates in the opposite direction.

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