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Ousmane Dembele to Man United would ruin Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s Arsenal transfer ‘dreams’

Manchester United could complete a deal for a long-time Arsenal transfer target.

The Red Devils have been very quiet in the transfer market, while all of their top six rivals have strengthened their squads this summer.

Dutchman Donny van de Beek has been the only signing made at Old Trafford and they are expected to be one of the busiest clubs as the transfer window counts down to closing on Monday, October 5.

Jadon Sancho has been linked with a move to Old Trafford for much of the transfer window, with reports emerging on Tuesday evening that United had lodged a £91.3milion bid for the young England star.

However, Borussia Dortmund are holding out for somewhere in the region of £110million and it is a move that is set to rumble on until the 11pm deadline on Monday.

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Another name linked with United, perhaps as a cheaper alternative to Sancho, has been long-term Arsenal target Ousmane Dembele.

Dembele has fallen out of favour at the Camp Nou and United are reportedly considering the possibility of a season-long loan deal with a view to a permanent move after that.

The forward cost Barca a whopping £135milllion in 2017 but has never really lived up to that billing, leading to links with a move to the Premier League, firstly with Arsenal and now with United.

And if United sign him there ware bound to be mixed reaction in north London, particularly with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.

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