Manchester United target Jean-Clair Todibo wants to be careful about choosing a project this summer amidst interest from Atletico Madrid and Italy as well.


The 24-year-old French defender has been heavily linked with a move away from Nice in the next transfer window.


Atletico Madrid are interested in him and he would also be open to a move to Italy where he has several suitors.



However, Manchester United are said to be in pole position to sign the centre-back due to Nice owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s sporting control at Old Trafford.


But it has been claimed that a move to Old Trafford is not a foregone conclusion as according to French daily the Nice Matin, Todibo wants to carry out proper due diligence ahead of a potential transfer.



Todibo is keen to take the next step in his career and is open to a move to a big club this summer.


However, the Frenchman wants a proper sporting project that would excite him about a transfer.



His suitors would have to work hard to sell a proper project to him before he is ready to give his nod of approval to a move this summer.