Manchester United have been the centre of transfer rumours and news lately. The Red Devils have reinforced with three new signings this summer after a slow start in the transfer market.
The departure of key-players like Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba, Juan Mata and Nemenja Matic for free at the end of the season has new manager Erik Ten Hag weighing up his options in the transfer market. Effective replacement is key and Manchester United have not enjoyed too many successful transfers in recent times.
The three new additions that include Tyrel Malacia from PSV for a fee around £13m, Christian Eriksen for free and Lisando Martinez from Ajax for a fee around €57.4m minus add-ons have steered the club’s supporters to hoping for more activity in the market.
According to renowned transfer reporter Fabrizio Romano, Manchester United are eyeing two more targets asides Frenkie De Jong, a right-back and an attacker. For Frenkie De Jong, Man United have failed to convince the Dutch midfielder despite agreeing a few with FC Barcelona in what is dragging on to be a dramatic transfer saga.
Denzel Dumfries and Ajax winger Antony have been linked to the club, however no concrete efforts have been made to secure their services. With the future of a few stars unsure under Erik Ten Hag at Old Trafford it is essential that the Red Devils secure their targets ahead of the new season.
It’s a new era under Dutch manager Erik Ten Hag and Manchester United fans are looking forward with hope that their beloved club rises again to where it used to be.