Premier League outfit Manchester United are reportedly keeping an eye on teenage Greece winger Christos Tzolis. Tzolis, 19, plays his club football for Greek Super League club PAOK Salonika. According to the publication from media portal Sportime, Manchester United are keen to add Greece winger Christos Tzolis to their ranks ahead of the summer’s transfer window.

It was revealed that the Greece player is attracting a lot of interest from several European teams. Tzolis is one of the most exciting young prospects on the European football scene at the moment. The Greece player is also attracting the interest of German Bundesliga giants Borussia Dortmund. The aforementioned publication from Sportimesaid that Greece player Christos Tzolisis on the list of transfer targets at a lot of big European sides after he made a first team breakthrough at PAOK Salonika.

Christos Tzolisis a player that primarily plays on the left side and can also play as a forward. The young winger is likely to join the Manchester United reserve team if the Red Devils were to make a move for him. Manchester United recently made a big transfer coup by signing a young winger from Italian Serie A club Atalanta. The Red Devils have paid big money to sign Amad Diallo from Atalanta. His transfer was agreed last summer but he didn’t join until the start of last month. Amad Diallo has already made a big impression for the Manchester United reserve team in a short space of time and he would be looking to make a similar mark on the first team under manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Manchester United are still actively chasing glory in three competitions this season and Amad Diallo could still have a big part to play in those competitions namely the FA Cup, the Europa League and the Premier League.


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