Arsenal have quite recently been a some immense lift in the race to sign Manchester United defender Eric Bailly this summer.
As indicated by reports, the Red Devils head coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is apparently open to selling the Ivorian International this summer, with the Gunners accepted to lead top host of clubs keen on his signature.
Bailly joined Man United from Villarreal in the late summer of 2016 under Jose Mourinho and appreciated a great presentation season at Old Trafford, winning the Europa League and League Cup.
Be that as it may, Bailly profession has gone downhill from that point forward and the previous Villarreal man has been down the livening under Solskjaer.
As indicated by Metro Sport, the Ivorian’s future at Old Trafford isn’t sure and in the midst of reports connecting him with a summer move to Arsenal, Bailly could be making progress toward North London in the coming weeks as a potential substitution to maturing Laurent Koscielny.
On the other hand, Chelsea are also showing a keen interest in the signing of the 25-year-old defender, but it seems Arsenal are in the driver seat to the deal, so let rest our back and see what happens before the window closes.
According to the British newspaper, it’s asserted the Red Devils is prepared to tune in to offers for the 25-year-old with the report citing a £30 million sticker price is set on him.
Man United have battled at resistance all through the 2018-19 crusade and numerous choices in defence have been connected with moves to the club this summer, which implies a summer upgrade is seemingly within easy reach.