United will be playing today against Southampton in their second premier league match. As the transfer window is nearing an end united are still linked to Portuguese and Wolverhampton midfielder Ruben Nerves. The club's head coach Bruno Lage have confirmed that Wolverhampton have no intentions of selling the player this is a blow to united who are dire in need of the midfielder.
Manchester United have been linked to Ruben Neves since 2017. On the other hand Declan Rice who has been linked with united at the beginning of transfer window has now been valued at 100 million pounds, a price which is too high that will scare away united and other potential clubs wishing to sign the player this summer.
United are trying hard to sign key players who will help them lift trophies this season after last season disappointment. United have gone trophy less for four years. English premier league is also expected to be more competitive as all the clubs are reviving their squad with new signings.
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