According to The Mirror, Manchester United’s prospects of securing the services of young talent Goncalo Ramos are increasing, with super agent Jorge Mendes reportedly granted permission to negotiate the player’s sale.
The Red Devils have encountered significant resistance in their attempt to coax Harry Kane away from Tottenham. However, Portuguese side Benfica seems open to parting ways with their rising star striker Ramos, who has notched an impressive 25 goals this season for both his club and national team.
Erik ten Hag is keen on bolstering his attacking options. With Marcus Rashford leading the goal tally at 30, far ahead of Bruno Fernandes’ 14, the addition of Ramos could bring more balance and power to United’s forward line. Ramos’s signing might potentially generate more enthusiasm among United fans than the potential arrivals of either Hojlund or Kolo Muani, especially given his standout performance for Portugal in the World Cup.
Ramos’s fellow national squad member, Fernandes, has already expressed admiration for the young forward in public, sparking further speculation about a possible transfer to Old Trafford.