Ahead of next summer transfer window which is going to open up by the end of the season. Manchester united have shortlisted three players that they need for next season.
Manchester United forwards this season have shown that they needed an extra hand, as Anthony Marital, Marcus Rashford, Daniel James, Edinson Cavani and others have shown signs of inconsistency going forward in the attacking line this season.
Though Manchester united form this season has improved, as they now seat second on the league table.
The Red Devils are interested in both Jadon Sancho and Erling Haaland. Both players are Borussia Dortmund forwards, it's only left to be seen if the German giants will let both players to go.
The third player in United shortlist for summer signing is Raphael Varane.
Ed Woodward looks like he have grown trust for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and that is the reason why he wants to give him all the necessary support needed to push for the premier league title next season.
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