Manchester United midfield problems were once again the point of concern on Saturday when a spirited Aston Villa Side registered a rare win at Old Trafford. The midfield pivot of Mctominay and Fred was frequently exposed for lack of covering defenders. This has led for rumours of Manchester United targeting new Midfielders in January.
According to the Daily Star, Leeds United's Kalvin Phillips is Manchester United’s latest midfield target. The 25 year old is valued at £30 million less than Declan Rice’s £90 million making him a more ideal candidate for The Red Devils. The name of Frank Jessie has also been mentioned severally. The Ghanaian international will be out of contract by June next year. Ac Milan is likely to welcome the idea of cashing in on Kessie by January 2022.
RB Leipzig right back, Nordi Mukiele is being monitored by MUFC as a replacement for Wan-Bissaka. [Fichajes] Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had been looking to create competition to the ever reliable Wan Bissaka.
Juan Mata is rumoured to be considering life outside of Old Trafford. With the United attacking surplus the player has fallen well down the pecking order limiting his game time. He’s been with the team for 9 years. [Men]
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