Manchester United are reportedly eying an early January move for 21-year-old Spaniard, Koke
The Daily Mirror states that Spanish youngster Koke has been identified as the man to revamp the flagging Manchester United midfield, after David Moyes himself went to Spain to scout the Atletico Madrid youngster.
Reports say that United have watched him play seven times recently, and his performances in a variety of positions in midfield have impressed the Red Devils.
Diego Simeone's Atletico Madrid would have been virtually nothing without the inclusion of the likes of Diego Costa and Koke, who have been delivering vital performances for them.
Koke has scored three goals this season, and has done well to entice Manchester United to make a move for him.
The Mirror suggests that David Moyes is set to offer £30million for the Spanish sensation on January 1.
Koke has hit the headlines with some audacious and high flying performances for Atletico this season, and has been so impressive he has forced his way into the Spain national team.
He was one of the main stars in the Spain side that won the European U21 Championships last summer, and that instantly elevated him into the senior squad, with boss Vicente Del Bosque calling him up for the World Cup qualifying campaign.
Bayern Munich, Arsenal and Liverpool have all been looking keen on signing him, but Moyes is finally planning to steal the march by making an early offer for him, and this clarifies his intentions clearly.
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