Report: Manchester United set stance on possible Dan Gore departure

Manchester United have reportedly set their stance very firmly on the recent rumours of Dan Gore leaving the club in January.

Dan Gore has attracted interest from Germany and England.
Dan Gore has attracted interest from Germany and England. / Matt McNulty/GettyImages

Manchester United plan to reject all approaches for highly rated prospect Dan Gore, according to Football Insider.

The 19 year old Carrington graduate has attracted interested from other English sides, but perhaps more prominently has been identified as a target in January for Borussia Dortmund.

The German club have been searching for their ‘next project’ under the club’s recent trend of bringing young startlet to Westfalenstadion and selling them for high fees. Such has been the case with Jadon Sancho, Jude Bellingham and currently Jamie Bynoe-Gittens in recent seasons.

However, United do not believe selling Gore would contribute in aiding their FFP aspirations and would be intent on keeping him for further development. The youngster has impressed Erik Ten Hag, who seems to be a firm believer of Gore’s talent.

The player made his Premier League debut in the 3-2 win against Aston Villa, and has also featured in the Carabao Cup whilst training with the first team for parts of this season.

Red Devil Armada’s verdict:

There would be little logic in selling Dan Gore to any club. He is amongst one of United’s finest Carrington products in recent times and should be getting game time in the second half of the season - especially when there is little left to play for. Appearances in the FA Cup and Premier League should give a firm introduction to senior football for the highly rated 19 year old.