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Transfer Talk: Man Utd look to overhaul defence with Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka

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Sky Sports News reporter Dave Reed explains why Man United and Man City will find it difficult to convince Leicester to sell Harry Maguire.

The Transfer Talk podcast is back with another episode as the summer transfer window hots up.

Host David Garrido is joined in the studio by Sky Sports News reporter Dave Reed and Sky Sports football writer Adam Bate to discuss all the major transfer stories.

As Manchester City and Manchester United prepare to go head to head to sign Leicester's Harry Maguire, our panel debate whether he is worth a world-record fee for a defender.

Also discussed is Man United's pursuit of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and why he is in such high demand after one full season with Crystal Palace.

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Dutch football journalist Marcel van der Kraan explains which clubs are leading the chase for Ajax star Matthijs de Ligt.

Dutch football expert Marcel van der Kraan joins the show to provide an update on the future of Matthijs de Ligt and gives his view on which big stars from the Eredivisie are likely to move to the Premier League this summer.

Finally, the SPFL's all-time leading goalscorer Kris Boyd phones in to weigh in on what Rangers need to do to stop Celtic winning nine in a row.

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Kris Boyd explains why he believes it is more important for Rangers to hold onto James Tavernier than Alfredo Morelos.

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