Manchester United ‘was interested in drawing Inter Milan’s Diego Godin despite being 34 and falling out of favor with Antonio Conte
- Diego Godin has struggled to adjust to life at Inter Milan under Antonio Conte
- He joined the Serie A outfit of La Liga giants Atletico Madrid last summer
- Godin became one of the best defenders of world football in the Spanish capital
- And now Manchester United is considering signing it in the summer
Manchester United are again looking for a move for veteran central defender Diego Godin, according to reports.
Godin shone under Atletico under Diego Simeone and became one of the best defenders in world football, and United was one of the clubs that had a strong interest in his signature last summer.
Inter Milan center-back Diego Godin continues to attract interest from Manchester United
And according to Italian publication Corriere dello Sport, the Old Trafford outfit is interested in going back to strengthen its defensive ranks.
The 34-year-old’s contract with the San Siro will expire in 2022, but it seems unlikely that he will see the rest of his deal.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking for the much-needed experience to fool his United defenders right now.
However, United is reportedly ready for competition in the summer transfer window of La Liga outfit Valencia.
The Uruguayan defender came out of a possible 25 Serie A matches only 16 times this season, after struggling to adjust to life in Milan.
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to bring some experience into his backline