The Manchester United problem that still exists when it comes to the matter of transfers is evident this summer as the club tries to look for prolific players for a better season.
Manchester United lack the strength to negotiate on big deals. It was disappointing when United failed to strike a deal for Sancho last summer and at that time, Ed Woodward was the one leading negotiations.
After John Martough was appointed as football director for the Reds Devils, Manchester United fans were confident deals could be struck with ease, however, things have remained the same with United not completed any major transfer deal.
Manchester United have failed to complete the deal for Sancho with reports claiming there is no agreement and the major obstacle is the payment structure. Now, Sancho news to United is bothering and what fans hear is the deal done.
Manchester United will not get their top targets with this slow mode in the transfer market. And fans know very well if it could be Real Madrid pursuing the Sancho deal, everything could have done by now.
Ours is to wait and see what will happen with United and we will know who will be a new face at Old Trafford. Thank you for reading.
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