Top European teams are likely competing with one another to sign Manchester United's ideal players while also trying to find a solution to their midfield and backline problems following a large-scale departure from Old Trafford.
The Old Trafford heavyweights are having trouble coming to terms with Barcelona, who are insisting on keeping Frankie De Jong away from a prospective reunion with Ten Hag, it should be mentioned.
However, the United's Stand claims that Manchester United is willing to utilize the defensive duo of Alex Telles and Eric Bailly as part of a trade in order to capture the £45 million-rated Spanish and Villarreal defender Pau Torres.
Torres has been a long-term target for Man United under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and now he is seen as the ideal candidate to strengthen Ten Hag's flimsy backline.
Man United are reportedly inclined to making an unexpected approach for Lissandro Martinez, a 24-year-old centerback, ahead of rival Tottenham Hotspurs who are reportedly interested in Boston and Lenglet.
Pau Torres is excellent with the ball, tall, and can move the ball forward, which is the ideal combination. He might be the final piece of the Old Trafford puzzle.
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