Manchester United look to sort out their creativity issues as they have been given a boost with an encouragement to sign Remy Cabella from Montpellier. The player is described to possess an exceptional dribbling and ball control skills and can adapt in the hole behind the striker and as well as at left wing position.
Considering Manchester United already have Kagawa and Rooney to play in the attacking midfield position, signing of Cabella would probably pave way for Antonio Valencia and Ashley Young’s exit from the club who haven’t been to any good effect since the start of the season.
Manchester United are leading the pursuit for midfielder Remy Cabella after Montpellier manager Jean Fernandez said the club would not turn down a £15 million offer for the player. Cabella has been in excellent form for
Montpellier this season, scoring five times in eight games and the 23-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in January.
Whether the signing of Cabella is the need of the hour is still a question as Manchester United possess quality depth in both the position Cabella can adapt. The main concern should be the midfield issue as the Red Devils need someone who can link up the attack to the midfield as the service to the front 4 is evidently very limited.