Manchester United will be keen on adding more quality to their squad as well as other teams in Europe. The Red Devils hired Erik Ten Hag who has started his rebuilding process, bringing the likes of Casemiro, Christian Eriksen, Malacia, and Antony, as well as Sabitzer and Weghorst who joined on loan from Bayern Munich and Burnley respectively.
The Dutchman has done great work in the team, but he's expected to add more quality and squad depth to the team to be able to challenge Manchester City for the premier league trophy next season. United's priority is adding a world-class striker to the team, but they are also keen on signing a central midfielder who will complement Casemiro and ease the workload on Eriksen.
Mount has been at the receiving end of Chelsea's worst campaign. The English man has been forgotten on the sideline. Even when he's fit, he finds it hard to break into the starting lineup. Chelsea could be open to selling the 24-year-old this summer.
Caicedo is one of the best central defensive midfielders in the premier league currently. Casemiro isn't getting any younger and singing the Ecuador international will reduce the workload and Casemiro.
Frenkie De Jong.
The Dutchman is Erik Ten Hag's main target when it comes to strengthening the center of the park. De Jing has a special ability to break press from opposition pressure and also progress the ball from the deep area to the advanced area of the pitch.
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