With Manchester United's boss,Ralf Rangnick keen in building a lethal squad in his time at the club,he has already started identifying transfer targets. This is common as most managers seek to get their preferred players to work with.
An area that has raised a concern for the new Manchester United's manager is the central defensive midfielder position. The red devils have been playing a double-pivot midfield of Fred and Scott Mc Tominay since Solskjaer's era.
The combination of the two is sometimes exposed and has brought problems to United. Latest reports indicate that the club are eyeing a move for Barcelona's and Netherlands midfielder, Frenkie De Jong. The Dutchman has established himself as one of the top central midfielders in Europe.
Rangnick fully knows that this would not be an easy move. The German manager is said to be willing to include Uruguayan striker, Edinson Cavani as part of the deal. It is remembered that Cavani recently hinted on a possible move to Barcelona in the near future.
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