Man United’s top summer target taken ‘off the market’ by new manager – report
Manchester United have been dealt a blow after Inter Milan boss Luciano Spaletti took Ivan Perisic 'off the market', according to reports in Italy
Manchester United have been told that Ivan Perisic has been taken “off the market” by Inter Milan boss Luciano Spaletti, according to reports in Italy.
Corriere dello Sport, as quoted by Metro, is reporting that the new Inter manager wants to keep the Croatia international beyond the summer transfer window.
The same article that Spaletti considers Perisic to be an important player in his plans to have a successful first season at the San Siro outfit.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho had made signing the 28-year-old one of his top priorities this summer.
But the Red Devils could be forced to look elsewhere considering Spaletti’s reluctance to sell the Croatian winger in the transfer window.
Manchester United have only made one signing since winning the Europa League thanks to a 2-0 victory over Dutch giants Ajax in May.
Sweden international Victor Lindelof completed a £30.7m move to Manchester United from Portuguese champions Benfica earlier this month.
Manchester United finished in sixth place in the Premier League table last term.
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