Southampton right back Tino Livramento has been linked with a move to Man United.
United are keeping tabs on Southampton midfielder Livramento, who moved to the south coast last year from Chelsea, according to Calcio Mercato. After failing to make an appearance for his last club, the 19-year-old has made a rapid transition to the professional ranks.
Livramento’s contract has a buy-back clause of £40 million, according to The Sun. In the wake of his impressive performances at Southampton, Chelsea may decide to re-sign him. The Saints should demand at least the price Chelsea can pay for him if United pursues their pursuit.
This season, Ralf Rangnick has been unable to settle on a preferred right back, as evidenced by his recent team selections. As a center defender, Victor Lindelof is generally on the bench for Manchester United’s right backs.
The club’s right backs Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Diogo Dalot have shown glimpses of form, but neither is a long term option. Rangnick would be lucky to get a young star like Livramento.