Roberto De Zerbi will cost £12 million in compensation fee

Roberto De Zerbi has been linked with a move away from Brighton & Hove Albion, with clubs like Manchester United keen on him.

A report from the Daily Telegraph has claimed that Manchester United will have to pay a £12 million compensation fee to land Roberto De Zerbi. The 44-year-old manager has been linked with Chelsea as well, but he will not come cheap.

De Zerbi has done an impressive job at Brighton so far, and he has the pedigree to coach the biggest clubs in the world. He could prove to be a quality acquisition for Manchester United if they decide to get rid of Erik ten Hag. The Dutchman has failed to get the best out of his players this season, and Manchester United are set to end the season on an underwhelming note.

The Red Devils are unlikely to win any major trophies. In addition, their participation in the Champions League next season is in doubt. It will be interesting to see if Erik ten Hag can turn things around until the end of the season.

Meanwhile, Roberto De Zerbi has impressed with his attacking approach, and he has done well to nurture young players at Brighton as well. He could prove to be an interesting acquisition, and it remains to be seen whether Manchester United are ready to pay up £12 million for him.

Meanwhile, Chelsea are having a disappointing season, and they are in the mid-table positions. Mauricio Pochettino faces an uncertain future at the club, and he might be replaced in the summer. It will be interesting to see if Chelsea can bring in a quality alternative for the Argentine manager. De Zerbi has certainly proven himself in the Premier League and has emerged as a viable target.

Roberto De Zerbi deserves a big move

Both Chelsea and Manchester United have the financial resources to pay the £12 million compensation fee, and it will be interesting to see where the Italian ends up. The 44-year-old will fancy his chances of competing for major trophies with a move to a big club.

The opportunity to manage Manchester United or Chelsea can be hard to turn down. The two English clubs have been linked with other managers as well, and it will be interesting to see who they end up appointing eventually if the current incumbent coaches depart.

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