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"He will move to Old Trafford this summer" - Transfer guru confirms Manchester United's third summer signing


Internazionale winger Ivan Perisic will join Manchester United, transfer market expert Tancredi Palmeri has revealed.

The Italian has claimed that it may not happen this week but the Croatian will eventually leave the Italian giants to move to Old Trafford.

The 28-year-old is a confirmed target for manager Jose Mourinho who already added Victor Lindelof and Romelu Lukaku to his squad.

"If I had to bet, I think Perisic will move to Manchester United this summer," he told Express Sport.

"But you must remember, everything can change in 24 hours. That's something people should always keep in mind.

"Take Willian, for example. He was in a room signing for Tottenham at 6am, then at midnight he signed for Chelsea.

"It's not only about the player, it's about how flexible the club is to selling them. Sometimes it's firm one day then, the day after, it's off because other parameters change.

"It should always be kept in mind that one negotiation is linked to other negotiations."

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