Who will join Manchester United in this summer’s latest transfer news
With news circulating wide range of players, who will join Manchester United when the summer transfer window opens in June.
The Red Devils have already confirmed the signing of Ajax boss Erik ten Hag ahead of the new season.
After a disastrous campaign (2021/22) new manager Ten Hag will be looking to reinforce his squad for the future.
Quite a number of players have been linked to United, but Who will the club sign.
The Villarreal defender has strongly been linked with a move to Old Trafford. Pau Torres is considered as the ideal candidate to help United solve it defensive woes.
The Spanish center-back has a release clause of €60 million and will be active in the summer.
Sky Germany has reported that Man United are seriously interested in signing RB Leipzig striker Christopher Nkunu.
The Bundesliga side have made it clear that they will not sell the striker. However, the Red Devils remains hopeful of luring the center-forward.
Nkunu has no buyout clause in his contract but Leipzig would be tempted to release him if they receive a huge offer.
England international Declan Rice has remained on the club’s list for long, ad it is believed United will once again make a push for the midfielder.
Rice has refused a contract extension from West Ham, fuelling speculations linking him to Old Trafford.
Manchester United are interested in signing the Benfica star. The club values him at a whopping £113m.
New Man United gaffer Erik ten Hag wants to sign Feyenoord left-back Tyrell Malacia. United believes a fee in the region of £20 million is enough to complete the deal.
United are back to sign sign Lazio’s midfielder Sergej Milinkovic-Savic after failing in previous transfer windows.
Despite rumors that Juve are set to rival United, the Red Devils still remains committed in signing the midfielder.
Erik ten Hag is eager to write his name in the history books at Old Trafford, hence he want to make all his transfer for Manchester United as quickly as possible according to news.