Manchester United have already secured the landing of Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James from Crystal Palace and Swansea City, respectively, but that doesn’t seem to be the end for the Red Devils this summer transfer window, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's team will continue their quest to sign big names this offseason.
Wan-Bissaka was confirmed as a new player of United, but he won’t be the last addition they will announce during the summer. A report from the Evening Standard claims that Manchester are already prepared to approach the players they think will take the team to fight for big things next season, in a league that has been dominated by their town rivals, Manchester City, in the last two campaigns.
The reports suggest that new players could be making their way to Old Trafford to fill three positions, while Paul Pogba's potential exit would also take Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the club’s directive to go back into the transfer market.
Both Bruno Fernandes and Sean Longstaff are seemed like the best two options for the Red Devils in their attempt to bolster their options in midfield, while Leicester City's Harry Maguire remains their top priority at center-back. Now that other potential suitors for Fernandes are out of competition, United have time to work on a deal that can bring the Portuguese star to England.
With Pogba keen to leave the club and the interest from Juventus and Madrid getting bigger, United have three candidates to replace the Frenchman. It's thought that Youri Tielemans, James Maddison and even Christian Eriksen have been targeted as potential replacements for the World Cup winner, while Everton's Idrissa Gueye is also on the club's radar, although the Senegalese would be the replacement of Ander Herrera.