Manchester United is sets sights on two world class players in January in a bid to reinforce a squad they believe will win the premier league this season. United was backed last summer which saw the return of legendary weapon Cristiano Ronaldo, Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho.
Seemingly, United will not stop there. They are plotting a move for Leicester City's Wilfred Ndidi and Napoli's Lorenzo Insigne. According to Manchester Evening News, Insigne is tempted by United's move in January or next summer as they try to throw a lucrative bid to premier league rivals Leicester for 25 year old Ndidi.
According to Spanish outlet Fichajes, the Red Devil's boss Ole Gunnar Solksjaer wants a defensive midfielder in January. This is due to the increasingly worrying poor display of Fred who plays similarly in that deep role. However, Ndidi would not come for cheap as Leicester have attached an £80m price tag on the Nigeria international.
The Red Devils retain confidence in Ole Gunnar despite being clear desire for improved performances and results. Their message has always been clear to United players in the dressing room that they need to get along with their manager for him to be a successful winner, the Athletic understands. Moreover bringing the aforementioned players would compliment these results.
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