Manchester United has enjoyed a good English Premier League campaign so far this season despite their 7-0 loss to Liverpool. They have also ended their six-year trophy drought and are still in the running for the FA Cup and the Europa League. However, the Red Devils are still a long way from winning the English Premier League as the game against Liverpool showed.
Erik ten Hag spent more than €200 million on new signings last summer and also signed Marcel Sabitzer and Wout Weghorst on loan in the winter transfer window. However, the Red Devils would need more signings to challenge for the biggest trophies under Erik ten Hag.
A striker is obviously Manchester United's biggest need and it is likely that Wout Weghorst won't be signed on a permanent deal. This would pave the way for the signing of a new forward. The Red Devils are rumoured to be in the race for the signature of Harry Kane, Tammy Abraham, and Victor Osimhen. The latter's transfer fee could push the Red Devils away, paving way for the Red Devils to sign both Harry Kane and Tammy Abraham.
Manchester United also need a technically gifted player that can deputise for Christian Eriksen and this could make them go back in for Frenkie De Jong next summer. With Barcelona having to sell to buy, they would need to sell the Dutchman. De Jong would also be more open to joining the Red Devils if they qualify for the Champions League.
With the Red Devils signing Frenkie De Jong, Tammy Abraham, and Harry Kane, below is how they could line up:
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