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Manchester United United faced their second defeat in the 2021/2022 Premier League season against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on matchday eight. Leicester City have never beaten Manchester United twice in a row until yesterday.
According to reports, Manchester United have set aside £70 million for the next transfer window which will be available as long as they feel they can sustain a genuine Premier League title challenge.
Manchester United made some great additions in the summer transfer window.
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Below is a list of 3 players Manchester United should sign to avoid situations like the one against Leicester City:
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- Declan Rice
The 22-year-old English defensive midfielder has been linked with a move to Manchester United multiple times and Manchester United should sign him in the winter transfer window.
The English midfielder is a great marker and it was evident in the game against Leicester City that a good marker was needed in Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Manchester United team. The Foxes were left without any markers for most of the game.
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- Jules Kounde
Sevilla has reportedly told Jules Kounde's agent to negotiate a transfer move to Manchester United in the winter transfer window.
Jules Kounde is a versatile player and can play in multiple positions on the team. Jules Kounde will provide squad depth and healthy competition for the defenders.
Harry Marguire was below par against Leicester City and made some mistakes. Jules Kounde, an elite defender, will pose a great challenge to the team captain and he will sit up.
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- Wilfred Ndidi
Wilfred Ndidi is a highly rated defensive midfielder, and Manchester United could get one of either Declan Rice or Wilfred Ndidi. Both players are great CDMs and markers, which are highly needed at Manchester United.
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