Manchester United officials meet with the parents of Lyon teenager Rayan Cherki to discuss a potential switch, according to a report.
Manchester United officials have reportedly met with the parents of Lyon teenager Rayan Cherki to discuss a potential move for the attacker in this summer’s transfer window.
Cherki, who will turn 16 in August, scored once in six UEFA Youth League appearances during the 2018-19 season.
According to FootMercato, United are huge admirers of the teenager, who has trained with Lyon’s reserve side this season after starting the campaign with the Under-17s.
The report claims that officials from United have met with Cherki’s parents to discuss a potential deal, with Lyon thus far unable to sign the attacker to a professional contract.
The Red Devils are also once again being strongly linked with a move for Bayern Munich forward Robert Lewandowski ahead of the opening of this summer’s transfer window.
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