With the Transfer window a week away from closure, all clubs will be expected to do whatever it takes to complete their transfers on or before 31st of August which is the deadline for the summer transfer market.
In the news, Manchester United seems to have scattered their scouts everywhere in all Europe, with some of their scouts watching the Argentina International and Valencia Centre-back Ezequiel Garay in hopes of landing him at the Old Trafford.
Garay may have fallen down the pecking order of Valencia Boss Marcelino Garcia Toral after signing Gabriel Paulista from Arsenal on a permanent deal and Jeison Murillo on a loan deal from Inter Milan, and he has been strongly linked with a move away from the Spanish Club.
The Argentine has been linked with a move to Premier League previously this summer but no club matched their interest with offers for him. Reports from Valencia-based outlet Super Deporte claims the Red Devils have sent Chief Spanish scout Javier Ribalta to watch Garay last Friday in a match against Las Palmas.
Ribalta is United top scout and his approval for players lets the Reds chase after them. However, it would be surprising if Jose Morinho land the defender as they already have Victor Lindelof, plus Garay is 30 years old which means his term is almost ending.
Mourinho’s squad will feature in all competitions for a top Premier League club and will need several numbers of players to cope this season.
Argentina International performance last season has not gone unnoticed as he also ignited interest from Totteham and Juventus, as the Serie A side looks to land him at the Old Lady stadium as a replacement for Leonardo Bonucci.
Garay is said to be valued £22.8 million by Valencia.