Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is ready to bring back glory to his boyhood club (Manchester United) which he once played for when he was a footballer. The Norwegian Man Ole, has being busy in the transfer market seeking for players that can fit into his philosophy, as he looks forward to build a title-contending squad ahead of next season.
Manchester United first choice left-back Luke Shaw's performance has been quite impressive this season, but his attacking style of play calls for an improvement.
Meanwhile, Manchester United boss has shown interest in getting the signature of 23-year old England left-back, after a report claims that Man United are ready to battle their top 4 rival Chelsea FC, over getting the signature of Leicester City left-back.
23-year old Ben Chilwell, who is believed to be valued £60 million, has put in a fine performance for his club (Leicester City) this season, registering 3 goals and creating 4 assists to his teammates across all competition he had played this season.
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