The summer transfer window is almost coming to an end with top European clubs still on lookout for their dream targets in an attempt to trim their squad depths ahead of already started new seasons.
Manchester United on the other hand haven't done so much in the ongoing transfer window and therefore keen on adding a striker and a defensive midfielder to their pack of players.
According to the Mirror Football, United's technical director John Mortough has travelled to Italy to complete Adrien Rabbiot's move to premier league with the 27 year old termed as a perfect target to add strength and experience to Ten Hag's struggling midfield department.
Having already agreed a deal with Juventus, the Red Devils are confident of sealing the deal as fast as possible with contact now made with his mother.
Meanwhile, Ismail Sarr has emerged as a surprising target for Manchester United in an attempt to sharpen their misfiring attacking options.
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