Bologna midfielder Mattias Svanberg has addressed rumours linking him with a transfer to Manchester United, and is seemingly open to a potential transfer to Previous Trafford.
The Sweden worldwide is reportedly eyeing up a summer season exit, with quite a lot of golf equipment stated to be interested by buying his providers. Tottenham have been linked, together with the likes of Inter Milan, AC Milan, Roma and Juventus.
United have additionally been linked in latest days, with midfield being one of many Reds’ priorities for the upcoming transfer window. An enormous variety of names have been linked to what has been an issue space for United this season.
With Paul Pogba seemingly set to go away for a second time this summer season, the Reds will probably be looking out for a brand new choice in the midst of the park, and it has additionally been advised Svanberg might supply up competitors to Scott McTominay and Fred, who’ve been the popular choices this season.
Studies in Italy have advised United have despatched scouts to watch the 23-year-old in motion this month. When requested by Swedish newspaper Expressen in regards to the rumours although, Svanberg insisted he hadn’t given them a lot thought.
“That’s not something I think about so much,” Svanberg stated. “This has been the case for a large part of my career and this is the case for many other players as well.
“If you play in a provincial club in Italy and do well, there will be bigger clubs on your radar, but that does not mean that they will buy me or try to lure me there.”
The midfielder although solely has one yr left on his deal at Bologna after this season. With that in thoughts, he’s seemingly aiming to maintain any curiosity in him alive in the intervening time.
“Right now I have no plan. I feel that I feel very good in Bologna and I have one year left on my contract so I am in no hurry.
“I take it as it comes. I enjoy playing a lot and there are great chances that I will stay, but of course you can possibly be sold. It depends on how I continue to perform.”