Manchester United are on the verge of sealing yet another players’ move away from Old Trafford during this window. Once again, it looks as though a permanent deal is in the offing, and this time it is Sean Goss who is ready to exit the Theatre of Dreams for good.
That’s according to the Independent, who say that the 21-year-old midfielder has rejected a new contract with Jose Mourinho’s side, as he prepares to move to Queens Park Rangers, in a deal worth £500,000 that could potentially rise to £800,000.
The report adds that the German-born central midfielder will finalise personal terms tomorrow, and even undergo his medical too – before completing the move down South shortly after.
In my opinion, it would be an absolute shame to lose Goss so cheaply. He’s been one of the outstanding players for Manchester United’s reserves over the last twelve months, and I believe he more than deserved an opportunity to prove his worth to Jose.
Unfortunately, he hasn’t got that and Goss has had to take matters into his own hands. I would’ve loved to see him agree a loan move away before deciding to walk away forever – but I guess that’s football, and he has to put himself first in this instance.