Real Sociedad are not too concerned about claims from England of Manchester United interest in Robin Le Normand.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s club are reportedly following the defender’s performances, with any possible attempt much likelier for the summer window than now.
Le Normand has come through the ranks at Real Sociedad, since joining the Basque club from Brest in 2016. This season the 24-year-old has made 23 appearances and has been a key part of their campaign so far.
Grada3 report La Real wouldn’t even consider selling the player during this window, and therefore Manchester United would have to pay his €75m buyout clause. That’s thought to be very unlikely, and the same may be true come the summer.
According to the report, the Red Devils would have to use all the strength behind their big ‘chequebook’ if they want to take the player away from Real Sociedad.
Le Normand last renewed his contract in June 2020, and given the deal runs until 2024, there’s no pressure on the La Liga club in that regard.