There has been much news recently talking about Cameron Borthwick-Jackson’s potential arrival at Elland Road. Some reports are suggesting that the deal is already finished, others had been reporting that the deal is off, but according to the Yorkshire Post, Leeds United still hasn’t made any official offers to Manchester United for the left back.
The two clubs have been discussing the potential move, because the Red Devils are eager to send Borthwick-Jackson away from Old Trafford.
On the other hand, Thomas Christiansen, needs more defenders on his team, and the 20-year-old fits perfectly in his vision for the club. If he arrives, Borthwick-Jackson would be an excellent replacement for Charlie Taylor, who left earlier.
The talented youngster has been a part of Manchester United’s youth academy for a long time, but he never became a first team regular. So far in his career, he made only 10 appearances for the first team of the Red Devils.