Chiefs of Man Utd know that they need another signing to replace Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane

According to reports, Manchester United is aware that they need a central midfielder in the summer. Red Devils close to finishing their second impressive piece this summer, and they are eager to strengthen their squad.

Jadon Sancho was the first summer signing. They settled for a PS73m with Borussia Dortmund.

Last season saw the England international have an outstanding season in Germany, scoring 12 assists in 26 matches for Dortmund.

Raphael Varane, Real Madrid’s defender is close to joining the United team. A fee has been agreed and terms have been made.

Harry Maguire will be joined by Harry the Frenchman at United’s defense, instantly improving their backline.

According to The Independent, they want to increase their team this summer and are looking to recruit a midfielder.

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Paul Pogba could be one of them.

Pogba has been reported to be refusing United’s current contract offer. This could make it necessary for the club to dispose of him in this summer.

Solskjaer is still confident the midfielder will stay at the club and gave an optimistic reply after the recent friendly.

According to the United boss, “The negotiations are continuing between Paul’s representatives as well as club representatives.”

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Paul said that he was looking forward to the beginning of the season.

There is always speculation regarding Paul. Concerning the discussions between Paul’s representatives and the club, I don’t have all the details.

He is always wanted by clubs. Paul is at his very best, and we’ve witnessed him in action.

I enjoyed working with him, and we should continue to work together. This is all speculation once again. Let’s wait and see.

Publited at Thu 29 July 2021, 15:39.44 (+0000).

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