Roma And AC Milan Have Made Formal Enquiries About Manchester United Defender Eric Bailly.

Manchester United Defender, Eric Bailly has drawn interest from Roma and AC Milan, who are in talks with Tottenham for a transfer for Japhet Tanganga.

After Napoli inquired earlier in the summer, Bailly informed United that he wanted to compete for his position.

United is open to offers, though, as they want to recoup some of their summer expenditures, particularly the £46 million they paid for defender Lisandro Martinez from Ajax.

Due to the uncertainty surrounding Cristiano Ronaldo's future, United may still need to make further purchases this summer in order to cover their forward needs going into the upcoming campaign.

Bailly joined Premier League side Manchester United for a reported fee of £30 million, signing a four-year contract, with the option of an additional two. He was the first player signed by their new manager José Mourinho.

The Ivorian international defender extended his contract with the Red devils until summer 2024, with the option of a further year.

Since joining Old Trafford in 2016, Bailly has made 113 appearances, however he has found it difficult to secure a position and is frequently criticized for his inconsistency.

His current injury troubles have prevented him from making more than five league games in two of his last three seasons.

However, The player might interested in joining his Former Boss, Jose Mourinho in AS ROMA or make a switch to the Current Italian Champions, AC MILAN. 

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