Manchester United are arguably in need of a number of world class players and Erik Ten Hag is determined to at least sign four targets who can help his side compete for major silverwares next season.
Reports has linked several players like Jurrien Timber, Frankie De Jong, Christopher Nkunku and Antony to Old Trafford but now it's like the Dutch international manager is only considering to finalize two deals as soon as possible.
According to Mirror Football, Pau Torres agent is allegedly in UK over meeting with united's representatives in an attempt to finalize £50m rated deal that will see the Spaniard defender switch to Old Trafford.
Torres has been a long term target for Man United since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's era having failed to be signed due to Villarreal's high demand but now the deal is imminent.
Meanwhile, Jurrien Timber's deal is being closed in with Ten Hag keen on reuniting with his former player who's viewed as a perfect target to replace struggling partnership of Harry Maguire and Victor Lindelof.
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