According to the latest reports, Premier League giants Manchester United are eyeing up a swoop to sign four key players in the next two summer transfer windows.
The Red Devils have gotten off to their worst start in the Premier League this season as they currently lie in 10th place with only nine points after seven games played. As a result of such dire straits, United are eager to bolster their squad and are preparing a few new recruits to compete against the likes of Liverpool and Manchester City.
Over the summer, United made only three first-team signings as Aaron Wan-Bissaka joined from Crystal Palace, Harry Maguire was snapped up in a record deal worth £80 million from Leicester City which made him the most expensive defender of all time and Welsh winger Daniel James came into the side from Swansea City.
The three latest additions to Manchester United look like the best players at the club and are certainly an upgrade to the ones they have replaced on the pitch and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is looking to sign a few more players that could actually improve the other areas of his unit.
Most recently, the Norwegian admitted that he wants to sign a forward but reports claim that United are scouting a fullback, a midfielder and two strikers before the UEFA Euro 2020. The four potential signings that United are have added to their wish list are Leicester City duo of Ben Chilwell and James Maddison.
Chilwell could be a massive upgrade for United in the left-back zone and he is a young defender that fits United’s style of play as well. As for James Maddison, the 22-year-old playmaker has been catching the eye with some stunning performances and United want to use him as one of the two strikers or a second striker on the field.
The third player on the list is Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho who has been incredible for the German side over the past two seasons with his meteoric rise and West Ham United’s Declan Rice at the base of the midfield who could provide stability and balance.
The United transfer board are hoping to seal the deals for these four players over the next two summer transfer business after coming under heavy criticism from the fans as well as pundits.
United has some big plans and they should try and sign as many big players as they can but the problem is that not a lot of players today want to play for Manchester United so attracting those names will be difficult.