Eintracht Frankfurt will sell striker Andre Silva to Manchester United this summer, if the fee proposed meets their valuation.
Silva has enjoyed a breakout season at the age of 25, having failed to adapt to life in Europe’s top five leagues after leaving Porto at 21-years-old.
23 goals in 26 Bundesliga appearances is a quite remarkable record, and puts him ahead of Erling Haaland in the Bundesliga top-scorers list.
It’s no surprise to hear a club of Manchester United’s calibre linked after a season so impressive, with the Red Devils in need of a new centre-forward.
The report claims that Silva will be considered available for transfer if Frankfurt receive an offer in the region of €40 million.
Man United can comfortably afford to pay that figure, it’s between Ole Gunnar Solskajaer and Ed Woodward to decide whether they will.