How Manchester United Could Line Up With These 4 New Signings
By silap | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 1296 views
The season is coming to an end very soon. Different clubs are prepared to boost the squad in weak areas. Manchester united is expected to boost Goalkeeping position, center back and the striking force. Manchester united have been leaked with a move for Donnarumma. There are rumors that David de gea will be leaving the club at the end of the season.
United is expected sign Raphael Verane as a center back. He will play alongside hurry Maguire .Wan Bissaka on the right and luke shaw on the left wing. The two have greatly improved. Luke shaw has been recalled to the England national team.
At the midfilder they are planning to sign Declan Rice to replace Paul Pogba incase he leaves the club.
In the striking position, united want to sign in Erling Haaland , they have been desperately in need of his services. They missed a chance to sign him last transfer window because he chose to join Borussia Dortmund.
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