With the winter transfer window having begun, many clubs have set foot the market in an attempt to improve their squads. Manchester United has been linked with several players as they seek to boost their attacking. Here is the latest update from Old Trafford.
Crystal Palace's goalkeeper, Jack Butland has completed his loan move to Old Trafford. United required a number two to David de gea after Newcastle cut Martin Dubravka's loan period short. This is an amazing club and one that I am now proud to represent," said Butland, 29. The Englishman is expected to stay at United for the rest of the season (Source, Skysports)
Manchester United have expressed interest in signing Cameroon striker Vincent Aboubakar after an impressive world cup display. This comes after the exit of Cristiano Ronaldo from Old Trafford to Al Nassr. The Red Devils are aiming a loan move for the left forward for the rest of the season to fix their attacking problems. According to Skysports, the club is preparing an official bid to Al Nassr for the forward.
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