Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing some major midfield decisions to make as he is having a couple of talented players at his disposal.
However, Paul Pogba has proven to be a tough player to convince to extend his current contract at Old Trafford as he has less than 12 months on his current contract.
His agent has always exploited the chances of getting him a new club as he is demanding for a very enormous wage increase which will affect the club's finances.
This has got the club's board seek for top midfielders who could replace him if he decides to leave this summer transfer window.
According to Express Sports news reports, Bruno Fernández has advised Manchester United to sign his international teammate Ruben Nevez from Wolverhampton.
The reports have revealed that Bruno Fernández is a huge admirer of his teammate and would love to play with him at club level because of his versatility.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are willing to allow the player leave as he has always played a reduced role at the Molinuex since Nuno was in charge.
A fee of around £40 million will be accepted by the Wolves, but Manchester United are set to face stiff competition from Arsenal who are also into the player.
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