𝐉𝐔𝐒𝐓 𝐈𝐍! “The fans have to know about this Man who doesn’t want us to progress for years since Sir Alex Ferguson left and This is why they don’t want us to sign him, a lot of forces are fighting against Manchester United because if we get the best players, we will go back in winning the leagues and trophies again, they preferred He should to go to Man City instead of United”-Erik Ten Hag reveals that Manchester United have NOT GIVEN UP on signing Jean-Clair Todibo as he exposes the set of boards who don’t want Manchester United to progress. “There are legalities and arguments going on behind-the-scenes as Manchester United plans to Sue this group of members”

Nice have rejected a €35 million bid from West Ham for Jean-Clair Todibo, according to French media reports.





The centre-back has been in the spotlight recently. A long-time target for Manchester United, it seemed that the Red Devils had a clear path to sign Todibo after Sir Jim Ratcliffe acquired a minority stake in the club.





Given that INEOS, owned by Ratcliffe, also owns Nice, many assumed that a deal between the two clubs would be straightforward. However, UEFA intervened. Since both clubs share the same owner and will compete in the Europa League next term, they are prohibited from conducting business with each other. This development came after Manchester United and Nice had agreed on all the formalities for Todibo’s transfer. Ratcliffe publicly criticized UEFA, expressing frustration that Todibo could be sold to any Premier League club except Manchester United.





Since then, it has been suggested that INEOS might take the matter to the Court of Arbitration for Sport, as they still hope to sign the Frenchman.





**Nice reject Todibo bid**





According to L’Equipe, Nice have now rejected a €35 million opening offer for Todibo from Premier League outfit West Ham. While the French outlet does not mention Manchester United, HITC claims that the Red Devils are still trying to secure a positive outcome regarding a move for the defender.





Nice’s rejection of West Ham’s bid suggests that this may be the case. However, it is possible that the Hammers could break Nice’s resolve with an improved offer. It has been suggested that Nice would be prepared to sell Todibo for €40 million, significantly higher than his €22.8 million Estimated Transfer Value (ETV).





It remains to be seen whether Manchester United will take legal action against UEFA. For now, Nice’s refusal to budge has bought Ratcliffe and his team more time to consider their options.





Meanwhile, Manchester United are closing in on a deal to sign Matthijs de Ligt from Bayern Munich. They may still be in the market for a second new centre-back, especially as talkSPORT reports that they are once again looking to sell Harry Maguire.

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