Man United bid €35m for another Benfica defender

United will play against Barcelona, Manchester City and Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup, which is held in the United States. But I'm looking forward to playing in the Premier League at Old Trafford and for Jose Mourinho.

Sweden global Victor Lindelof became the first signing of the summer transfer window on Wednesday when he completed a £30.7m move to Manchester United from Benfica.

The 23-year-old has also always been linked with a move to Old Trafford, and a double deal with Lindelof was perviously touted.

The Red Devils have already added a Benfica defender to their squad this summer in the form of Victor Lindelof.

United are also in the market for a striker, having included Zlatan Ibrahimovic, now sidelined by a serious knee injury, on their list of players to be released.

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Jose Mourinho has now shelled out over £60m for two 22-year-old centre backs in just over a year - an investment that, on the face of it, looks quite excessive.

United aren't the only club interested as Paris Saint-Germain, Chelsea and Bayern Munich are all also specifically mentioned in the report, but it's the sentimental choice of returning to Man Utd which is seemingly leading the race at this stage.

Semedo, 23, has been tipped to leave the Portuguese giants during the summer transfer window after having garnered a reputation as one of the most promising right-backs around Europe.

Physically strong and blessed with tremendous pace, Semedo offers an attack-minded option on the right-hand side of a back four. However, the Spanish publication suggests that then it could be too late as Benfica want to cash in on the Portugal global as soon as possible.

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