Manchester United manager Erik Ten Hag will be looking forward to bounce back into winning ways when he will be leading his side against Brentford on Saturday with hopes of claiming all the three points.
Despite the start of the 2022/23 campaign, the Dutch manager is still on lookout for his dream targets with reports claiming that he's in search of a right back, an attacker and a defensive midfielder.
Having been linked with several top transfer targets like Ismail Sarr, Ruben Neves, Dumfries and Sergej Milinkovic-Savic, the Red Devils have moved a step forward in ensuring that they bolister their backline particularly wing backs.
According to the Sun Football, Spanish giants Barcelona are allegedly willing to sell Sergino Dest this summer with Manchester United viewing the USA international as a perfect upgrade for Aaron Wan Bissaka.
Dest has fallen under pecking order at Camp Nou and therefore facing the exit with latest reports now terming Old Trafford as his preferred destination.
Meanwhile, John Moutough has travelled to Italy to complete Midfielder's move to premier league having already agreed a deal with Juventus.
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