Manchester United are continuing with their rebuild ahead of next season after literally completing the signing of Feyenoord's defender Tyrell Malacia in an attempt to strengthen their backline.
The 22 year old is seen as an upgrade to struggling Alex Telles and Luke Shaw who are expected to fight for a starting position in Erik Ten Hag's squad.
The Red Devils are allegedly on the verge of loosing one of world class striker as per latest reports after failing to qualify for major competition like UEFA champions league.
According to the Sun Football, Portuguese striker Christiano Ronaldo has allegedly asked to leave this summer despite playing a huge part in ensuring that the club achieve best results, which saw him score 24 goals across all the competitions last season.
The 31 year old has only spent 1 season since his Juventus exit and now he's also facing exit door when the club is in need of him considering the inability to sign any attacker.
Meanwhile, we will have to wait and see what will happen if news in the media is anything to go by.
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