Manchester United: Colombian Jhon Jader Durán would be the next signing, market bomb in the Premier | Colombians Abroad

And there are those who say that bringing young people closer to the Colombian National Team does not make much sense because they will not displace -yet- veterans. But, if the versions that come from England are true, there would be two national promises that would play there.

Luis Díaz is not counted in Liverpool because he is a reality, nothing less than the most important Colombian in world football, as he recognizes until the Ballon d’Or.

No, this time it is about a promise, about a player who has caught the attention not only of Néstor Lorenzo in his first official call-up last September, and with whom three of the most powerful teams in the Premier League would be fighting.

It is none other than Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea, all following in the footsteps of 18-year-old Colombian striker Jhon Jader Durán.

The Mirror newspaper publishes the information and refers to the Chicago Fire’s Colombian as a “whiz kid”, who has caught the attention of several major European clubs after scoring 8 goals and giving 5 assists in 27 appearances for Chicago this season. 2022 of the MLS. This is what Lorenzo saw, who called him up for the friendlies against Guatemala and Mexico and repeated it in the last microcycle.

“He only joined the Chicago Fire from Colombian Envigado in January but is already causing a stir. Duran is valued at around £10m (€15m) and his representatives have been in contact with Manchester United recently. “says the source.

United would then be making that first move, but they’re not the only one moving: “United are unlikely to be free to attack the right-sided attacker, given that Premier League rivals Liverpool and Chelsea, are also on the scene.Liverpool signed Duran’s international teammate Luis Diaz in January and are following the Fire winger.Chelsea meanwhile signed goalkeeper Gabriel Slonina from the MLS side over the summer, so you already have an open line of communication,” says The Mirror.

Ezra Hendrickson, current coach of the Colombian, already senses the goodbye: “I certainly hope that he will be with us next year. But you know, when you are a player of that caliber and that talent at such a young age, I would be surprised if the teams, especially the European teams, they weren’t looking or they weren’t paying attention,” Hendrickson said earlier this month. “And also, I’m sure getting a call up to the Colombian national team helped him as far as exposure for him.” You owe it to Lorenzo, in that case…

“The kid has shown what he can do at a very high level. He’s gotten into a situation where he basically has to carry the team on his back as far as goal production is concerned, and I think he’s handling it very, very well. very well,” Hendrickson added.

According to The Sun, the player will leave Chicago Fire and is willing to negotiate for the Colombian after a poor campaign in 2022 because, despite Durán’s goals, the team finished in 12th place in their Conference and in 24th place of the general table of the MLS. A bomb signing is coming, without a doubt…



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