Trippier 'tells England team-mates he wants to join Manchester United'

Kieran Trippier ‘tells England team-mates he wants to join Manchester United’ with the Red Devils hopeful of persuading Atletico Madrid to do business ‘for as little as £15m’

  • Kieran Trippier has been linked with Man United and Arsenal in recent weeks
  • The England star enjoyed a sublime debut season in LaLiga and won the title 
  • Trippier has been reported to be looking for houses in the Manchester area

Kieran Trippier has reportedly told his England team-mates that he is interested in joining Manchester United.

Trippier has enjoyed a sublime debut season in LaLiga after winning the league title with Atletico Madrid and being named in the Team of the Season after a campaign of consistent performances. 

In recent weeks Trippier has been increasingly linked with Manchester United, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer bids to acquire competition for Aaron Wan-Bissaka. 

Kieran Trippier has told his England team-mates that he is interested in joining Man United

And The Sun claim the former Tottenham man is excited about the prospect of a switch to Old Trafford. 

And the Red Devils believe they might be able to get him for as little as £15m despite him currently being central to Atleti’s plans. 

Trippier’s start to life in Spain was stalled after he was handed a ten-week ban by FIFA for an alleged breach of betting regulations surrounding his move to Atletico from Spurs. 

The Bury-born star soon came back into a purple patch of form however, with Trippier becoming a key member of the squad under boss Diego Simeone and playing a total of 68 games. 

He has two years remaining on his current deal at the Wanda Metropolitano. 

Trippier is set to play a starring role for England at the upcoming European championships

Ole Gunner Solskjaer is seeking competition for current right back Aaron Wan-Bissaka


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