After finishing second in the Premier League last season, Manchester United have decided that 2021/2022 is their season where they must set new records.
The Red Devils are doing this in style by signing the most valuable midfielder right now in the transfer market.
United confirmed the signing of Jadon Sancho from Bundesliga and now they are looking to add three more players to complete their target list.
Among the players that might end up at Old Trafford are, Harry Kane from Tottenham, Verane from Real Madrid and Declan Rice from West Ham and probably Camavinga from Lille.
It really goes to show that Ole Gunnar Solskajer means business ahead of a 2021/22 campaign in which United fans will be calling for an assault on the Premier League title.
However, that doesn't mean it's certainly not going to happen and if the Red Devils pulled it off, their best starting XI for the 2021/22 season incredible.
Man Utd's potential XI for 2021/22
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