Sheikh Jassim’s transfer wishlist if he buys Manchester United

If Sheikh Jassim buys Man Utd, he “wants to sign dream trio including Kylian Mbappe.”

Should Sheikh Jassim successfully acquire Manchester United, he plans to offer Kylian Mbappe and a few of his French teammates a remarkable deal.

The Qatari billionaire is still very much a contender to buy the Red Devils. To outbid Sir Jim Ratcliffe, he has submitted at least three bids for United.

A roadblock recently was the belief that the owner of INEOS had outbid his competitor after the third round of bidding. Even so, Sheikh Jassim is still compiling his short list of transfers in preparation for a possible takeover of Old Trafford.

The star of Paris Saint-Germain, Mbappe, is his main target, according to the German publication Sport Bild. Rumors of the Frenchman’s departure have persisted despite the fact that he only signed a new contract last summer.

If Mbappe decides to sign with United, two of his international teammates may also join him. There are rumors that Kingsley Coman of Bayern Munich and Eduardo Camavinga of Real Madrid are both targets.

The trio would undoubtedly cost a fortune for the Red Devils to acquire, and it is anticipated that they would have to fight hard to persuade Mbappe to move to Old Trafford. He recently stated in a speech that it was a privilege to play for PSG.

“Being at PSG is special because I’m a Paris native. I started out very young, but both on and off the field, I have matured and grown. I don’t want to disrespect anyone, but if it were up to the Champions League, I would have left by now.

The striker continued, “I’m here and very happy.” “Right now, all I can think about is making PSG happy,” he said.

Given his consistently brilliant play for PSG, Mbappe would be an incredible acquisition for the Red Devils. The 24-year-old has 35 goals this season for the French club in 38 games across all competitions.

Sheikh Jassim’s transfer wishlist if he buys Manchester United

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