Reports from Spain have now confirmed Manchester United’s serious interest in securing the services of Takefusa Kubo from Real Sociedad.

Yesterday, we highlighted The Sun’s coverage asserting the Red Devils’ desire to bring in the Japanese playmaker.

Mundo Deportivo has corroborated the details shared by the British source and added some intriguing updates.

According to the Catalan media outlet, Manchester United is ready to make a substantial commitment to acquire the talented Asian winger from Sociedad.

To entice Kubo to join Old Trafford, United, as per MD, is contemplating a contract that would significantly multiply his existing salary—potentially by ‘five or six’ times.

The 20-time English champions are reportedly keen on offloading Antony, a high-cost acquisition who has underperformed, boasting an annual gross salary of 14 million euros.

While The Sun suggested a valuation of 50 million euros for Kubo, Mundo Deportivo indicates that Sociedad’s president, Jokin Aperribay, would only consider selling the prized asset if the release clause of £52 million (60 million euros) in his contract is triggered.

In the ongoing campaign, Kubo has demonstrated his prowess by contributing with six goals and four assists in 20 starts across all competitions for Txuri Urdin.

The 22-year-old winger, who made his senior debut for Japan in 2019, has accumulated 29 international appearances.

The pivotal question arises: Should Manchester United make a £52 million offer to secure the services of Takefusa Kubo?

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