With EPL's season having two or a single match left for respective teams to end.Managers are on a quick assessment of their team's potentials and weaknesses.
Seems we gonna have a busy transfer window.With the results at Old Trafford,that has been really disappointing.Manchester United missing elite tournament,UEFA will be a driving power for more signings.
As we all know the magnitude of a spending spree Manchester United can give.Trust me this gonna be heavy for the arrival of the new boss,Eric Ten Hag.
Former Ajax coach has not wasted a single second to show he is endowed for success at Old Trafford.His transfer list is already with the team management.
According to Skysports news;Eric Ten Hag has put Chelsea midfielder Ngolo Kante on a shortlist of Manchester United targets-Paper talk.
Elsewhere,FOOTBALLFANCAST;Eric Ten Hag wants to sign Ngolo Kante.
Do you think Chelsea can sell Ngolo Kante To Manchester United just like Mata and Magic?
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