Erik Ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is close to securing his targets, while John Moutough is anticipated to clinch three deals in an effort to bolster the team in time for the upcoming season.
The Old Trafford heavyweights are reportedly prioritizing the recruitment of at least one centerback, a defensive midfielder, and an attacker despite having a number of players in the backline midfield.
According to the most recent sources, the Red Devils may have discovered the ideal target for the defense crisis, which United's followers have been pining for.
Tyrell Malacia, a Dutch international who had been set to join OL, and United have reportedly reached a personal agreement on a shock switch to the premier league, according to the Mirror Football.
The 22-year-old reportedly had medicals at Carrington after which Man United will name him as Erik Ten Hag's first summer signing.
Along with Malacia, United is also close to making a deal for Barcelona star Frankie De Jong, with Eriksen and Lissandro also receiving significant attention.
Sergio Romero is open to returning to Old Trafford as David De Gea's back-up goalkeeper in the meantime.
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