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United and Arsenal target to sign for RB Leipzig

Dayot Upamecano


United and Arsenal target to sign for RB Leipzig

Two teams in the English Premier League, Manchester United and Arsenal have dropped behind RB Leipzig in the signing of Dayot Upamecano.

The two ELP stars were the top contender for the rising star before RB Leipzig took the lead.

The German club was able to gain the advantage to sign the player as it is a sister club to Dayot Upamecano’s present club.

The present RB Leipzig sporting director, Ralf Rangnick was also involved in getting the Frenchman to his present club and he hopes to use that to get his team an advantage.

Meanwhile, RB Leipzig has prepared £10 million for the 18-year old defender while waiting for the announcement of a deal.

Dayot Upamecano got the attention of big teams including Barcelona, Arsenal and Manchester United after putting on an outstanding performance.

The french man started his professional career in March 2016. The rising star started his youth career back in 2004 by joining Vaillante S. Angers.

He played for Vaillante S. Angers between 2004 and 2007. The 18-year old moved to FC De Prey and played for a single year before moving to Évreux FC. Dayot Upamecano played for Évreux FC between the year 2009 and 2013 before moving to Valenciennes FC.

After playing for Valenciennes FC, Dayot Upamecano was bought by Red Bull Salzburg and has played for FC Liefering on a loan deal.

Manchester United and Arsenal football club are chasing after more football players. There arespeculations that Manchester United is looking forward to bringing back former defener Patrice Evra.

Evra played for Manchester United for a considerably long period and won five English Premier League titles.

In a related event, Arsenal football club is reported to be after a talented player, Andrea Belotti.

Andrea Belotti has played for a good number of teams including: Palermo, Grumellese, AlbinoLeffe and AlbinoLeffe. The number 9 currently plays for Torino football club.

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