Manchester United got their house done early this summer. and made three important contracts before the Premier League season began. and they are looking forward
Andre Onana, Mason Mount and Rasmus Hojlund have been called up – for a combined fee of £172m – to deal with three ‘problems’ within their first team. What comes next will be controlled by exports as United seeks to generate more funding for what drives ongoing recruitment.
While there are still matters to be dealt with here and now, United are writing down future targets for next summer when some players will enter the final 12 months of their contracts elsewhere. It’s a channel they’ve used to the fullest in recent years signing Raphael Varane, Donny van de Beek and Mount.
However, they may not even have to persuade some clubs to sell. Because many famous names will expire next summer. Here are seven potential targets for United in that respect.
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Sofiane Amrabat (Fiorentina): Amrabat has a solid name this summer, having 12 months to sign for Fiorentina. And the Italians had one last chance to grab him. Following his eye-catching performance against Morocco in Qatar this winter, the defensive midfielder will have no problem becoming a defender, however, with a possible fee believed to be around £25m. Might have moved out before then.
Alejandro Balde (Barcelona): Nobody realistically thought Gavi would end up elsewhere when he found himself at the center of contract issues once again at Barcelona last summer. Like the La Masia graduate, despite his young age (18), left-back Balde has become a regular for club and country.
Presnel Kimpembe (Paris Saint-Germain): After recovering from a hamstring injury Kimpembe returned to training with PSG just in time to chase after the chaos that followed this summer. At 27, the French defender still has several years ahead of him at the top level. And someone can grab him and negotiate the price. There is, of course, the chance that he will eventually put pen to paper and extend his contract. But that’s not right now.
Kylian Mbappe (Paris Saint-Germain): Not a starter with Real Madrid lurking. It is well documented that the France captain wants to touch the Santiago ground. How much is the Bernabeu? and for the whole world It looks set to happen next summer. Mbappe, 24, remains with PSG as they explore alternative plans to ensure the striker doesn’t let them go to waste. to recoup at least part of their 180 million euro costs.
Benjamin Pavard (Bayern Munich): Same as Amrabat above. Pavar is expected to join the club this summer. And United have once again been linked with the big news there, with Ten Hag and the key figures behind the scenes mulling over potential replacements for Harry. Maguire deal with West Ham After reaching an agreement in principle worth £30m for the upcoming transfers, Edmond Tapsoba, Jean-Clair Todibo and Pavard are on their radar.
Adrien Rabiot (Juventus): Come again! United were rejected by Rabiot two summers ago. And before he signed a new contract with Juventus this season He may have already become a free agent. The 28-year-old Rabiot used to be a striker and centre-forward when it comes to midfield options, but United have moved on.
Nico Williams (Athletic Bilbao): Perhaps not as much a household name as some of the other players on this list, Williams, whose brother Inaki plays for the same club, has gone on to play in the World Cup in Qatar against Spain and is considered a hot feature. In his homeland, Barcelona, Real Madrid, Liverpool and Manchester City are touted as destinations. This might tell you everything you need to know. Another fix to the long-standing right-wing problem is
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