Manchester United is preparing to spend €200 million in the upcoming transfer window in an effort to bring in three key players.
Manchester United is preparing a significant roster to revamp by bringing in at least three new players, according to the Spanish publication AS.
As Erik ten Hag is in charge of leading the rebuilding effort this season, Cody Gakpo, Goncalo Ramos, and Christian Pulisic are thought to be their main objectives.
United’s performance has recently improved steadily, indicating that they may be on the rebound. Ten Hag’s effect on the team has been validated with victories over Liverpool, Arsenal, and Tottenham Hotspur, but there is still more work to be done.
Cristiano Ronaldo’s departure might have saved a whole lot of money for the Red Devils but they also have lost a talismanic goal scorer who still seems to be carrying that hunger in him.
Although the 25-year-old has established himself as United’s major goal threat, Marcus Rashford has shown signs of his normal self. However, the team still needs some men to bolster their attacking lineup.
Ramos took Ronaldo’s spot in the Portuguese starting lineup, and he might do the same for the United Club. Although his contract does contain a €120 million release clause, there is a strong feeling that the Portuguese club will be willing to compromise on their demand.
Gakpo was the subject of United’s interest but the Dutch attacker remained at PSV Eindhoven in the summer. His World Cup performance has skyrocketed his value and United might have to splash a hefty premium should they feel the winger is a right fit to ten Hag’s system.
Chelsea winger Christian Pulisic is another player drawing sufficient interest. One of the prominent players that might become available in January is the USMNT international, and United is preparing an unexpected swoop.
For United, who have struggled to capitalize in the attacking third of opponents, a brief loan agreement would be a possibility.