While we know a club scouting a player doesn’t necessarily mean there’s a real interest, but it’s always good to keep tabs on who Premier League clubs are looking at, you know, for future reference.
Manchester United, with an impressive array of scouts at their disposal, are probably one of the sides who travel the most around Europe, even if it seems like they’re always just sitting at Benfica games.
However, that isn’t the case, and FootMercato in France claim José Mourinho’s side are keeping an eye on what’s going on over in Croatia, more specifically at Dinamo Zagreb.
Renowned for producing players like Luka Modric and Mateo Kovacic, the side could see yet another midfield starlet leave soon in Nikola Moro.
Promoted to the first-team midway through last season, the 19-year-old quickly became a key player, as shown by his 14 starts in 15 league games this season, scoring three goals and picking up two assists.
The French website state Manchester United are following Moro’s progress, alongside other unnamed Premier League clubs, which sounds a lot like someone trying to generate hype.
Either way, we’ll have to wait and see, but it’s another one to add to the list of players the Red Devils are allegedly looking at for the future.