Manchester United will look to make decisions in this summer transfer window as they prepare to fight for the premier league crown next season.
The Manchester club is busy in the transfer window and they have completed the signing of Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund and now all attention is on central defender. Real Madrid star Raphael Varane is being monitored and John Matough is in direct contact with Florentino Perez over a possible move for the Frenchman.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on his part has been linked to Kerian Trippier and at the same time West Ham star Declan Rice. And is impossible for United to sign the two English stars, so the club needs to decide whom they are going to bring in the squad this summer.
Trippier could act as a backup for Aaron wan Bissaka however, Solskjaer feels there is a need to get one defensive midfielder for the stability in the middle of the park. Rice will cost around £100M while his fellow countryman a fee of £45m is required.
We wait to see whom Manchester United will decide to go with as the transfer window is still open. What is your opinion? Trippier or Rice? Have your say in the comment section below.
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