Manchester United are looking to ensure that they start the season on a high after the disappointments of last season. They have already brought in quality personnel to make sure that they achieve this. Jadon Sancho is the high profile arrivals from Borussia Dortmund while Rafael Varane's negotiation is close to being finalized.
Earlier today reports have indicated that United have already moved ahead of Premier League rivals Arsenal in the race to capture highly rated midfielder Ruben Neves from Wolves in a bid to improve their midfield options.
Arsenal were already in negotiations with Neves to bring him to the Emirates to replace the outgoing Xhaka. However, it seems like United have recently moved ahead of the que for his signature.
Solskjaer wants to change the attacking formation of his team. This means he will have to bring in a specialist defensive midfielders who will make it easier for the forwards to thrive.
What do you think? Will he improve United? Or they should wait for Declan Rice next season?
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