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The Three Players Manchester United Should Sign, To Become A Strong Title Contender - Opinion

The Three Players Manchester United Should Sign, To Become A Strong Title Contender - Opinion

Manchester united is widely known as a big and strong team that fight for titles from season to seasons. Especially when the great manager, Sir Alex Ferguson, was still the Manchester united manager (coach).

But after he retired from the Manchester united management, it have been so difficult for Manchester united to challenge for titles, both the ones in outside premier (Europe titles) and the ones with in the English premier league.

Since Sir Alex Ferguson retired from Manchester united as the manager (in 2013), the best coach for Manchester united so far is José Mourinho, because of the titles (trophies) he won for the club. But he was sacked by the Manchester united board and he was replaced with the current Manchester united manager, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer.

Olé Gunnar Solskjaer started his management for Manchester united brightly, with the number of good signing he have already made, such as; Wan-Bisska, Harry Maguire and the best among them Bruno Fernandes.

Since Bruno Fernandes signed for Manchester united, Manchester united have played 19 games unbeaten, this means that, with about three (3) more signings, Manchester united can become a strong team that can challenge for titles.

Below are the Three (3) Players that can boost Manchester united title hope, for many seasons to come.

Jadon Sancho is currently a Borussia Dortmund's Player (Midfielder)

Jack Grealish is currently an Aston Villa's player (Midfielder)

While Kalidou Koulibaly is currently a Napoli's player (Defender)

With all these good signings to their current squad, Manchester united will definitely be a strong title (Trophy) contenders team.

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Alex Ferguson Bruno Fernandes Harry Maguire José Mourinho Olé Gunnar Solskjaer


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