Following the signature of Daniel James from Swansea, Manchester United are ready to keep pursuing players this summer, and they have put their attention in two very interesting footballers we got to see last season, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his staff eager to spend big money in order to shield their roster and improve the level they have been showing in the last couple of years.

With the James deal fully completed, now the Red Devils turn their head to make the arrivals of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Bruno Fernandes a reality, as reports claim they are keen to add two more signings to their squad. Despite having completed the signing of the Swansea winger, many people believe that’s not enough to improve the level of the team.

But, according to the ​Express, this could be different in the near future for Manchester, as the newspaper claims that a deal for Crystal Palace’s Aaron Wan-Bissaka could be completed ‘shortly.’ Moreover, they add that United would be on the verge of signing Bruno Fernandes from Sporting CP.

They source a story from Portuguese outlet Correio da Manha (via ​Metro), which claims that both ​United and ​Tottenham have submitted identical offers to the player, but that he is ‘drawn’ to the possibility to play at Old Trafford, and would likely choose Manchester if he had the last decision. Correio da Manha also says that United have two more signings in sight, but they don’t give names of the target.

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If everything goes as planned, the English giants would be landing five players this summer, quality ones that will surely enhance their performances. Some say West Ham’s Declan Rice and Napoli’s Kalidou Koulibaly might be the next additions to the team, but only time will tell. If they want to pull off those two moves, Man. Utd. will have to beat fierce competitors both England and overseas.

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