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Leighton Baines Has Asked Everton to Agree Deal With Manchester United: Daily Soccer Report

leighton baines Leighton Baines Has Asked Everton to Agree Deal With Manchester United: Daily Soccer Report

Leighton Baines has asked Everton to agree a deal with Manchester United, according to an exclusive article in The Independent newspaper.

The paper reports that Baines has asked Everton manager Roberto Martinez and club chairman Bill Kenwright to push through a deal so that the left back can play Champions League football.

Baines has been the subject of three bids from United this summer. It’s anticipated that Manchester United will make a fourth and final bid for Baines before the transfer window closes on Monday.

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