Manchester United have been knocked out from the Emirates FA Cup following their 3-1 defeat against Chelsea FC. Meanwhile, Man United will continue their top 4 race tomorrow, as they will have to take on West Ham United on Wednesday.
However, Man United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, is ready to build Man United squad, to be a title-contending next season, as he has been linked with quality players that can fit into his philosophy in past.
Meanwhile, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has added a young talented Argentine midfielder who is tagged as the 'next Lionel Messi' into his transfer wishlist following a report that claims Man United wants 19-year Velez Sarsfield midfielder.
Thiago Almada who is believed to be valued £19 million has shone at his club (Vélez Sarsfield), with Arsenal, Man City as well as Man United vying for Almada's signature.
Almada has spent 2 seasons with Vélez Sarsfield, during this time he registered 7 goals in 38 Argentie Primera division matches.
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