Man United have been told it will take around €30m to sign 22-year-old in-from Serie A attacker
Juventus and Manchester United have learnt the price-tag of Bryan Cristante, who has now been signed by Atalanta on a permanent basis from Benfica, CalcioMercato revealed.
The 22-year-old Cristante joined Atalanta on an original loan basis this past summer and is a product of the famed AC Milan Academy. He has been inactive form for the Bergamo based side this campaign, netting 11 times in all tournament from the heart of the park and assisting once.
CalcioMercato report Atalanta have already landed Cristante on a permanent basis, with an official announcement coming soon and Juventus and Manchester United have learnt the price-tag of the player.
It is understood that the admirers would need to shell out 30 million to land Cristante, who has been signed by Atalanta for just five million euros. It is thought that Massimiliano Allegri is a big admirer of the midfielder, with Inter Milan and Roma too after him.
Monchi likes him and will look to bring him to Roma. However, there is no shortage of interest from the Premier League too, with Man United and Spurs having drawn links with him in the past.