The reason why Jerome Boateng turned down Man United move revealed

The reason why Jerome Boateng turned down Man United move revealed

A move to PSG, however, could still be on the cards for the 29-year-old, who Bayern are willing to sell for around £50m.

Manchester United are continuing to try and sign Toby Alderweireld from Tottenham in a saga which could run right up until the transfer deadline.

SportBild journalist Christian Falk tweeted yesterday: "Jerome Boateng called Jose Mourinho to tell him personally that he is grateful for the interest, but he won't come to Manchester".

The 2017-18 German champions are rumored to be demanding a 50 million euro transfer fee.

Boateng's aim is to win one more Champions League title - the former Manchester City full-back won the trophy in his first season with Bayern in 2013. Today, United make their move for Jerome Boateng...

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Barca are said to have seen a bid involving towering defender Mina, midfielder Andre Gomes and around £45million rejected for a player that has had his ups and downs with Mourinho.

The Red Devils must now put their entire focus on landing either Alderweireld or Maguire, with time running out for them to land the elusive centre-back. 22-year-old Benjamin Pavard is rumored to have already signed an agreement with the Munich outfit during this summer's World Cup in Russian Federation.

Where do you think Boateng should play this season? The French defender is said to have taken advantage of a 2019 exit clause at his current club VfB Stuttgart.

The transfer window closed on Thursday with United failing to add to their three summer signings - Fred, Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant. Sometimes its also hard to believe I won eight championships and three Premier Leagues, and I keep thinking the second position previous year was one of my biggest achievements in England'.

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