Since the January transfer window is still a ways off, Manchester United is still some time away from bringing in any more new players.
Before even contemplating any market changes, certain United stars must first play their way through the remaining Premier League games this Autumn before departing for the World Cup in Qatar. It hasn't stopped the Red Devils, though, from being associated with a lot of players across Europe.
Antonio Valencia, a former United star, has endorsed the Red Devils' intention to sign Moises Caicedo from Brighton, predicting that the midfielder will eventually make a "huge" move.
He said: "Hopefully Caicedo can go to a big team in England. He is a humble boy, he was born to be great and hopefully, he can come to Manchester United."
Of course, Caicedo has already been connected to Chelsea and bitter rival Liverpool in the Premier League.
Jude Bellingham, a midfielder for Borussia Dortmund, has also been connected with the Red Devils for a long time, and their chances of landing him may now be greatly increased.
The German juggernauts are reportedly willing to drastically reduce their asking price to only £83m, but only if that amount is paid in full at once.
While Bellingham and Caicedo have been linked to moves to Old Trafford, Nemanja Matic has already made a significant contribution to the midfield of Manchester United.
He said: "Where are the standards at the club? Matic is talking about I'm leaving, I've had a great time, Man United will always be in my heart, oh and Chelsea as well, oh and Benfica don't forget them, they all can’t be in your heart."
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