Manchester United To Make A Final Attempt To Sign Eric Dier

Manchester United To Make A Final Attempt To Sign Eric Dier

Manchester United To Make A Final Attempt To Sign Eric Dier

However it is claimed United are not willing to give up just yet and will test Tottenham's resolve again by making one last offer of £60million, in the hope that will be enough to strike a deal.

Jose Mourinho has identified Dier as one of his leading targets this summer, with the United manager keen to add a defensive midfielder to his ranks.

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Spurs have recently sold right-back Kyle Walker to Manchester City for £50m and have been adamant throughout the summer that no player would be sold against their wishes, despite United's continued interest in Dier.

The same report states that Manchester United are ready to make one more bid but Tottenham are seemingly ready to hold firm and don't want to cash in on the England global.

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United have signed two players so far this summer - Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku - for a combined £105.75m, but Mourinho believes their business is only half done.

As for Dier, he is said to be keen on a move to Manchester despite signing a new five-year deal at Spurs worth around £70,000-a-week last September.

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United thought that they could lure Dier away from north London with a £40 million bid and an offer to double his wages, but Spurs are reluctant to sell their prized asset.

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