ACCEPTED TERMS: Man United An incredible “world class” talent is about to be signed this summer. Sir Ratcliffe has been working hard to discover a breakthrough, and now all the paperwork is completed—a five-year contract has been agreed upon, a jersey number has been issued, and the player will go to Manchester in the next 48 hours to finish the paperwork.

Last night, we covered a story via Record claiming that the Red Devils are best positioned to lure the central defender, for whom the Lions are looking for a fee of 60 million euros (£51million).

As per today’s version of O Jogo (news image provided below), in addition to Inacio, Man Utd are also plotting a move to hire the services of Hjulmand from the Lions.

The Red Devils are looking for a revolution in the summer transfer window in order to challenge for the Premier League title next season and want the Liga Nos duo.

Hjulmand has a contract until 2028 and a release clause of 80 million euros (£68million), an amount that Sporting president, Frederico Varandas, and his peers will not ‘give up’ receiving to allow the player to leave this summer.

The 24-year-old star proved to be rock solid in the defensive midfield role under the management of Ruben Amorim.

He started 28 games in the league and helped the team keep 14 clean sheets as they went on to win the title.

Moreover, the 5-capped Danish international also managed to score four goals and provide as many assist for the Portuguese giants.

The Old Trafford outfit need to reinforce their backline and must also sign a top play breaker to replace Casemiro.

In such a scenario, should Man Utd splash the cash to sign Inacio and Hjulmand?

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