Manchester United to return in for Diego Godin in spite of what he did last time they demonstrated intrigue
Atletico Madrid need Diego Godin to sign a new deal to fight off renewed interest from Manchester United.
United were desperate to land an experienced central defender the previous summer and the 32-year-old was high on their shopping list.
The Uruguay international snubbed Jose Mourinho advances despite United setting off his £22.5million discharge proviso.
It had been accounted for Godin would pen a new long-term deal at the Wanda Metropolitano to reward him for selecting to remain in the Spanish capital.
In any case, no crisp terms were concurred and now Los Rojiblancos are quick to explode another agreement for the defender with United circling again, say the Mirror.
Godin is a free agent at the end of the season and the Red Devils could pounce in January as he can pen a pre-contract with an abroad club.
United had hoped to get the South American for a knockdown price because of his age and the reality he is accessible to no end one year from now.
Godin, who included for his nation in five of their World Cup diversions in Russia is still generally viewed as the best central defenders in the business.
Mourinho needs to reinforce his cautious choices in January with Inter Milan defender Milan Skriniar a possible target.
The Mirror likewise figure solidified out Chelsea defender Gary Cahill is another choice for United.
Cahill has seen only 21 minutes of Premier League activity this season subsequent to tumbling down the pecking request at Stamford Bridge following the arrival of new boss Maurizio Sarri.