Manchester United is a top club and the Red Devils have a lot of great players in all positions, but it seems like the club is looking for a new midfielder, West Ham United midfielder, Declan Rice is the main target, but the English midfielder could cost Manchester United a huge amount of money. I think that West Ham will only consider, selling him for a transfer fee worth £90m. Manchester United could save the money and bring these two players back to the club.
1. Andreas Pereira (On Loan At Flamengo)
According to me, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has made the wrong decision by letting, Brazilian midfielder Andreas Pereira to leave the club on a loan deal. Andreas Pereira is only 25 years old and he still has a lot to offer on the pitch, the Brazilian midfielder is a good passer, and he can also play as a defensive midfielder. This will be one of the best decisions that Manchester United will make, if they decided to bring him back in January. He has the strength that a defensive midfielder needed, he can tackle and score goals. He is performing well on loan at Flamengo, and I believe that the club will consider bringing him back, instead of signing Declan Rice.
2. James Garner (On Loan At Nottingham Forrest)
James Garner is a top talent and the Manchester United midfielder sign a new deal with the club, before he joined Nottingham Forest on a loan deal. James Garner is doing well in the championship and he can play as a defensive midfielder, he can play the same role that the club wants Declan Rice to play, why spending money if you have these two players, who can do better on the pitch. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer need to give the midfielders the chance to prove themselves next season.
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