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Three Nigerian Players That Man United Should Sign During The January Transfer Window

Manchester United have already lost three games since the beginning of the current campaign. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's men have been beaten in the UEFA Champions League and the English Premier League. The Norwegian tactician has also suffered elimination from the Carabao Cup. Consequently, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should sign some new players for Manchester United during the January transfer window. This will give him the impetus to challenge for the league title. Below are three Nigerian players that Man United should sign during the January transfer window.

1. Ola Aina

The former Chelsea defender switched international allegiance from England to Nigeria. This has given him the opportunity to represent the Super Eagles of Nigeria. He plays his club football for Torino in the Italian first division.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should sign Ola Aina as a replacement for Diogo Dalot. This is because Dalot has not played well since the start of the season. Manchester United also need a good player to compete with Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

2. Samuel Chukwueze

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer certainly has to find a good replacement for Daniel James. The Welsh winger moved to Leeds United during the European transfer window. One of the players that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should consider is Samuel Chukwueze. The Nigerian star is very similar to Daniel James. This is due to his incredible speed on the field of play.

3. Wilfred Ndidi

Manchester United really need to buy a new defensive midfielder during the January transfer window. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should consider the fact that Fred and Scott McTominay have played poorly since the beginning of this season. Wilfred Ndidi would be a cheaper option than players like Declan Rice and Ruben Neves.

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