English Premier League club has one of the best squads in Europe. Despite having a nice squad last season, the Red Devils went ahead to strengthen their squad more by splashing some huge number of pounds for the transfers of Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane, and Cristiano Ronaldo.
Despite signing all these players, Manchester United are yet to solve their main problem, which is getting a midfielder. The Red Devils have many good midfielders in the squad, but a holding midfielder is what Manchester United needs.
Nemanja Matic can do the work, but his age is affecting his consistency. Solskjaer does not trust either Mctominay or Fred; that's why he deploys both of them in a role that one person can handle.
Having seen that the midfield is the problem, Manchester United are currently moving ahead to secure the services of Inter Milan midfielder Marcelo Brozovic.
Since joining the club five years ago, the Croatian international has been developing from strength to strength. His consistency and stability helped Inter Milan win the Serie A title ahead of Juventus last season.
Despite the sales of some of their quality players, the midfielder is still putting more effort to make the team better. Although Manchester United are the front runners to land him, but Premier League rivals Tottenham Hotspur have now joined the race to secure his services ahead of the winter transfer window.
Nuno Espirito Santos’ men also need a holding midfielder who will help the team keep possession, like Christian Eriksen.
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