The number of players Manchester united wants to sing this transfer window has emerged. Man united only signed two players, Bruno Fernandes and Odion Ighalo in the January transfer window from Sporting Lisbon and Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, respectively.
Below includes the name of players man utd are willing to bring to Old Trafford next season.
Sancho, 20, is united's priority transfer target this summer, though his proposed move from Borussia Dortmund to Old Trafford has been complicated by the coronavirus pandemic.
Manchester United appear set to sign Aston Villa star Jack Grealish in this summer's transfer window.
Express Sport understands the Red Devils target is already house-hunting in the North West ahead of his expected move away from Aston Villa this summer.
Manchester United have reportedly made contact with Willian's representatives to negotiate a free transfer this summer. The Brazil international, 31, looks set to leave Chelsea this summer when his contract expires and a host of clubs across Europe are on red alert should the winger become available for nothing.
4. Ndidi Wilfred
United fans are keen to see the Nigeria international line up in red next year. Here is what they had to say on social media: Back in March, former United midfielder Owen Hargreaves identified Ndidi as the perfect player to complement Bruno Fernandes and Paul Pogba in midfield.
5. Saul Niguez
UNITED are said to be "very close" to signing Saul Niguez from Atletico Madrid.
But he responded to the rumor by saying Atletico Madrid is He's home.
6. Thomas Partey
the many transfer targets for Manchester United, Thomas Partey is arguably the most significant beyond Jodan Sancho.
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