Manchester United completed the signing of crystal palace goalkeeper on a six month loan . This is one of the club's area that has been long discussed. The club's manager Eric Ten Hag confirmed that the club will benefit from signing more players in this January transfer.
According to the latest reports, Manchester United are working to bring Ajax and Ghanian forward Mohammed Kudus to Old Trafford. Ten Hag believes that the club lacks options in the forward line which could be a great impact considering they are still in all competitions.
Kudus has proved to be one of the upcoming striker and in the recent he played well in the world cup. In addition to this Reports indicate that the agent of the player will be flying to Manchester this weekend for talks which are believed will seal the deal.
The red devils already missed on Cody Gakpo who joing their archy-enemies Liverpool. The club are also in talks to sign Atletico Madrid's winger Joao Felix on a loan. The Portuguese has 6 months remaining on his current contract and has no indication of staying at the club. The red devils submitted a bid worthy £3.5m which is yet to be acted upon by the La Liga club.
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