Manchester United 2021 summer transfer business proved to be the best for the club as the new players have improved the club and turned them into trophy contenders.
However, the Manchester United hierarchy believes that the team requires one more player for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to have a complete squad.
There are plans in place for the next summer transfer window with potential targets being earmarked.
According to the Sun sports news reports, Manchester United director of football John Murtough and technical director Darren Fletcher have identified £100 million rated Declan Rice as the player to complete the squad.
The reports claim that the two Manchester United chiefs will push for the signing of Declan Rice even though they will face competition from Chelsea and Manchester City.
Declan Rice wanted to complete a transfer away from West Ham United this summer, but the club refused to budge out of their valuation which might drop in the coming transfer windows.
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