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Diego Godin REJECTS chance to make late move to Manchester United
09 August 2018, 09:16 | Anna Jefferson
Manchester United have received bad news in their pursuit of Diego Godin
The Portuguese is desperately seeking reinforcements for his defence on the eve of the campaign with summer-long interest in Toby Alderweireld and Harry Maguire failing to result in moves ahead of deadline day.
Godin is considered one of the finest defenders on the planet.
Jose Mourinho admitted earlier today he was not confident the club would land him a centre-half.
The Red Devils flew out of the blocks with the purchase of Brazil midfielder Fred, but the subsequent captures of Diogo Dalot and Lee Grant have done little to inspire at Old Trafford.
United were hopeful that they could have persuaded Godin to sign and join his new teammates in time for the Red Devils' Premier League season opener against Leicester on Friday night but they will have to return to the drawing board now.
The fanbase if starting to grow exhausted of the 55-year-old and a first title challenge since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement seems to be a must.
"I'm not confident, I'm not confident and the market closes today so it is time at least for me to stop thinking about the market because the market will be closed".
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