Manchester United are currently among the top contenders to finish in top four. The red devils were lucky to enter international break in top four after rivals Tottenham Hotspurs and Arsenal failed to win their matches. Rangnick's United snatched three points on Saturday with a late winner against Westham.
However, for the red devils to maintain their position they must maintain the squad while at the same time try and sign new players. United have been linked with some top midfielders having admitted that the midfield was their weakness.
Following these links there has been speculations that Dutch midfielder, Donny Van de Beek might be allowed to leave the club. A number of clubs including Crystal Palace and Valencia have inquired about the player.
However, latest reports from Old Trafford indicate that Manchester United's manager, Ralf Rangnick is against the idea of letting the player leave. The German interim manager has already made his thoughts about Van de Beek known. He has previously stated that the player is important for the club and he hopes he stays.
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