Having had one of the worst premier league campaigns in their history, Manchester United are remaining with one premier league fixture. The red devils are set to face Viera's Crystal Palace in the last matchday of the season.
Given their position in the league's standings, United have less to worry about the weekend's game. The red devils have started making preparations for the summer transfer window with a number of top targets already linked with the red devils.
Ten-Hag is said to be keen to sign a new striker. This is despite the fact that he has backed Portuguese talisman Cristiano Ronaldo to remain at the club. Among the names that have emerged include Darwin Nunez among many others.
Despite all attention being at Benfica's sensation Darwin Nunez, Manchester United's legend Gary Neville jas backed his former side to do everything to sign Harry Kane when he will be available. Kane has been on Manchester United's radar on the past and since Manchester City have sealed Haaland deal, he could switch to Old Trafford.
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