Randal Kolo Muani ‘dreams’ of playing in the Premier League amid links to Manchester United

Randal, a transfer target for Manchester United Kolo Muani acknowledges that his “childhood dream” was to play in the Premier League.

The signing of at least one striker is Erik ten Hag’s primary objective this summer, and Kolo Muani is one of the players most frequently connected with a move to Old Trafford, along with Rasmus Hojlund and Harry Kane.

Kolo Muani has also been connected to a move to PSG in this way; given that he was born and raised in Paris, this move may be appealing to him.
But when questioned about his interest in that specific move, the striker also acknowledged his desire to play in the Premier League and informed United of the conditions necessary for them to recruit him.

‘It’s flattering that PSG, along with all the other major clubs, are considering you. You don’t necessarily have to play for PSG just because you were born and raised in the Paris area, According to Kolo Muani of Canal Football Club.

And given the 24-year-old’s remarkable performance since joining Frankfurt last summer, with 23 goals and 17 assists in 46 games across all competitions during the previous season, this comes as no surprise.

He was also nominated to the Bundesliga Team of the Season and scored for France on the way to the World Cup final in December.

Who doesn’t want to play in the Premier League, really? One of the best leagues ever created. You imagine it. These were my youthful fantasies.

However, I’m not looking for the ideal club or the top club on the planet. I’m genuinely seeking for a team that will allow me to express myself, get playing time, and most importantly, allow me to develop.


The England captain is still United’s top goal this summer, but a deal will be challenging to pull through given Kane’s £100 million price tag and Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy’s reluctance to part with his star player to a rival.

The Red Devils might therefore consider other options, such as Kolo Muani, but the Frenchman wouldn’t be cheap; according to some rumors, Frankfurt wants €90 million (£77.7 million) for their star, who still has four years left on his contract.



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