Man Utd 'open talks' to sign defender as pundit says he would 'happily' see United lose to Arsenal

A Man Utd fan pundit has claimed he will not ‘care’ if the Red Devils lose to Arsenal - additionally, United are also chasing a left-back.

We are approaching the end of the Premier League season - as such, the summer transfer window isn’t far away. Who will Manchester United look to bring on board?

The Red Devils are thought to be interested in a left-back from Ligue 1 - additionally, a United-supporting pundit has claimed he would not ‘care’ if his team were defeated by Arsenal in their upcoming fixture.

Manchester United ‘open talks’ to sign Nice’s Melvin Bard

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United are looking to get a head start in the summer transfer window - the Red Devils have reportedly ‘opened talks’ to sign Nice left-back Melvin Bard, according to the Evening Standard.

United’s first-choice left-backs, Luke Shaw and Tyrell Malacia, have struggled with injuries this season. As such, it would be an intelligent move to bolster this position - it would also free up Victor Lindelof and Diogo Dalot to occupy their natural roles.

Andy Goldstein ‘hopes’ United lose to Arsenal to cost Liverpool and Manchester City

The title race in the Premier League is heating up - the trophy will go home to either Liverpool, Manchester City or Arsenal after 38 games have been played. Pundit Andy Goldstein, who is a United fan, wants Arsenal to win the league - even if that means a defeat for the Red Devils.

Speaking on TalkSPORT Drive on Tuesday afternoon, Goldstein said: “One of the games that Arsenal have got in their run-in, the penultimate game, is away at Manchester United. As a United fan, I hope we lose. Because I don't want City or Liverpool winning the title. “I don't care [if United lose to Arsenal]. If Liverpool win the title, I'll never hear the end of it because Liverpool win the title. Klopp's last year, never hear the end of it, and they also equal United's 20 league titles. There is not one United fan that would want to beat Arsenal so Liverpool and City win [the Premier League].”

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