Manchester United to end Kieran Trippier pursuit
Manchester United are expected to end their interest in signing Kieran Trippier from Atletico Madrid.
Trippier was linked with United in January, but they cooled their pursuit after his 10-week ban for breaching betting rules.
They recently revived their interest in signing him with a £10m offer, but that was swiftly rejected by the Spanish champions.
According to Sky Sports, Atletico want a staggering fee of £43 million to consider the prospect of selling Trippier.
The Red Devils are unlikely to meet the price for the 30-year-old, and are already looking at alternate options.
Norwich City's Max Aarons is one of the players under consideration. He could be available for around £30m.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been the undisputed right-back for United in recent years, and he has excelled defensively.
However, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants more from his right-back going forward, and he is eyeing a quality competitor.
The club have also been linked with Lille defender Zeki Celik.