Man Utd could hand Pep Guardiola a transfer blow by landing star Man City 'couldn't afford'
Unlike in previous windows, Manchester United appear determined to get the majority of their transfer business done and dusted well before the Premier League season kicks off.
A deal for Jadon Sancho has been ‘agreed in principle’ with everything but the announcement believed to be completed.
There are also in advanced negotiations to land Real Madrid centre-back Raphael Varane, finally providing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the kind of defence that title winners are built on.
But he won't stop there. Following their Europa League final defeat to Villarreal in Gdansk, Solskjaer confirmed United would be looking for at least two or three players to come into the starting XI.
"We've probably done as well as anyone could imagine,” he said at the end of last season. “But as I said, two or three players to strengthen the starting XI and the squad all together is important for us to go even further.
“I'm sure our contenders or challengers will also want to improve and we want to improve as much as we can."
Bruno Fernandes is also aware how much the …
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