Manchester United will pursue a deal for Sean Longstaff when Newcastle appoint Rafael Benitez’s replacement as manager.
United are set to complete their second signing of the summer, with Aaron Wan-Bissaka expected to be unveiled imminently.
But the next part of their transfer throwback will be midfielder Longstaff, who United are ‘confident’ of signing.
The Metro say their hopes ‘have been boosted’ by the departure of Benitez, who considered keeping Longstaff at the club to be of ‘paramount importance’.
The midfielder is now ‘questioning his future’ amid the uncertainty at St James’ Park, with the Magpies said to ‘want around £30million’ for a player with eight career Premier League starts.
They add that it will be Mike Ashley’s decision whether to sell Longstaff or not as the club are still without a manager, but The I say United will actually wait for Newcastle to ‘sort out their managerial vacancy’ before making a move.
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