Manchester United have received a huge transfer boost in the last hours of the Premier League summer transfer windows as the French Ligue 1 giant, Paris Saint Germain, have handed the Premier League Red Devils a huge hint about a world class defender according to Sky Sports.
Manchester United fans are keen to see the last summer transfer signing in the coming few hours before the deadline today, Thursday night, where Manchester United had one of the worst summer transfer windows compared to the other Premier League clubs.
According to several reports such as from Sky Sports Germany, the French giant PSG, Paris Saint Germain, has dropped a huge hint for Manchester United and a hope regarding signing the German international defender, Jerome Boateng, who is a Bayern Munich player as well.
Sky Sports Germany reports that Paris Saint Germain won’t be moving to sign Jerome Boateng from the Bavarian giant as they will be breaking the UEFA FFP rule, Financial Fair Play rule, where they are spending on huge signings such as Neymar Junior from FC Barcelona, and Kylian Mbappe from A.S. Monaco where the deal for the two players is almost 500million United States Dollars.
This gives a huge hope for Manchester United in the race of signing the German defender in the last hours of the summer transfer windows where the transfer fee for Jerome Boateng is estimated to be 50million Euros.