The ruthless Manchester United manager is making good progress in the 2021 transfer window in which he is getting the best players he has always had in his wish list.
The Red Devils are turning out to real title contenders after the signing of Jadon Sancho and the contract agreement they have with Raphael Varane of Real Madrid.
The next player in line to move to Old Trafford is touted to be the next Paul Pogba who might also be the perfect replacement for the 27 years old Frenchman who wants to find a new challenge away from Old Trafford.
It is reported that Rennes are open to doing business with Manchester United with the French club willing to accept a deal worth £30 million.
The youngster was previously rated at £85 million but due to his contract situation, the club do not want to loss him on a free transfer which will be a huge setback.
If Manchester United manage to sign Eduardo Cammavinga this summer transfer window, they will have turned out to be real English Premier League title challengers.
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