- Boubacar Kamara's deal with Marseille is expected to expire at the end of the ongoing season
- The midfielder is, therefore, free to enter talks with potential suitors beginning January
- Man United are keen to strengthen in central midfield and Kamara has been identified as an ideal candidate
- Barcelona, Wolves, and Newcastle are some of the other clubs the Frenchman has been linked with
Manchester United are reportedly in advanced talks to complete the signing of Marseille star Boubacar Kamara in January.
Kamara's impressive performances have seen him court interest from Europe's big guns - including Barcelona, Wolves, and Newcastle United.
Barca were believed to be the leading contenders for the services of the 22-year-old but reports now suggest they have fallen behind the Red Devils.
SPORTbible claims United are now in a pole position to complete the signing of the Frenchman in the first few days of the January window transfer.
According to the publication citing Daily Express, the Old Trafford dwellers are already in advanced talks to seal the transfer.
The central midfield position is understood to be one of the key areas of focus to strengthen at Old Trafford, with Ralf Rangnick keen to solidify the department.
West Ham United's Declan Rice had previously been touted as an ideal candidate for the role, but the Hammers' demand of £80million for his services is likely to be an obstacle.
Kamara, therefore, represents a cheaper option for United, with the midfielder free to talk to other clubs next month given his contract at the Stade Velodrome expires in June 2022.
Should the Marseille star complete a move to Old Trafford in January, he would become Rangnick's first signing at the club.
Source: Sports Brief News