🚨UPDATE : Manchester United Receives Firm Response Following Rejected Jarrad Branthwaite Bid


Manchester United legend Andy Cole has publicly supported Everton’s stance on the bid for Jarrad Branthwaite, labeling the offer as unacceptable and derisory.

Manchester United’s initial bid of £35m plus £8m in add-ons was deemed too low by Everton, who believe the 21-year-old center-back is worth significantly more. Cole agrees with Everton’s valuation of £70m, considering Branthwaite’s age, talent, and senior England international status.

Cole questions why Everton would do Manchester United a favor by accepting a low offer, especially given the Red Devils’ history of overpaying for center-backs.

He believes that Manchester United will have to pay more than £35m plus add-ons to secure Branthwaite’s services, acknowledging Everton’s financial situation and their need to comply with spending regulations.

Cole’s comments highlight the tension between the two clubs, with Everton determined to get a fair price for their prized asset and Manchester United trying to negotiate a better deal.

The transfer saga is expected to continue, with Everton’s resolve being tested as they aim to keep their star player or secure a substantial fee for his departure.

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