And Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side face competition from a Premier League competitor

Manchester United have a lot of deal with their hands to land Braga starlet David Carmo with at least 10 clubs thinking about his services, according to reports.

United are considering a move for the 21-year-old Braga protector after impressing in Portugal’s leading flight, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side keen on generating a left-sided centre back.

However, according to The Athletic, United face fierce competition from at least 10 various clubs – consisting of a number of sides in the Premier League and among their Big Six competitors – who have actually currently held talks with the gamer’s representative over a relocation.

Braga protector David Carmo has actually attracted interest from a host of clubs throughout Europe

Carmo has been tipped for an intense future and has already been compared to Liverpool stalwart Virgil van Dijk thanks to his substantial presence at the back and showing fantastic composure on the ball.

Roma were in hot pursuit of the Portuguese child last summertime however apparently had a ₤ 15million bid denied.

He had an ₤ 18m release clause at the time however Braga have actually now doubled that to ₤ 36m after he put pen to paper on a new offer at the end of recently.

Solskjaer is very eager on adding a left-sided centre back to his ranks, having actually lost out on Nathan Ake to competitors Manchester City in a ₤ 41m deal last summertime.

Man United desire to sign a brand-new defender, with the similarity Victor Lindelof (right) not convincing

But Braga are under no pressure to sell the youngster after he signed his contract extension until 2025 last week.

Carmo, who just made his Braga launching in January this year, made 20 looks last season and has five under his belt in the present project.

One of those was the 4-0 defeat by Leicester City in the Europa League previously this month

Carmo has actually been topped by Portugal’s Under 20s and was part the Under 19 group that won the European Champion in 2018.

The Braga starlet in action (right) against Leicester in the Europa League previously this month.