Six Manchester United players could sign at a bargain price in the summer transfer market


Manchester United are set to prioritize central midfield when they get down to business during the upcoming summer transfer window.

Declan Rice has already been identified as a priority target by key figures in the Old Trafford boardroom, although Boubacar Kamara and Amadou Haidara have been singled out as possible alternatives.

Speculation about Paul Pogba and his future at United also continues to spiral as the World Cup winner is yet to sign a new contract. He is likely to leave United on a paid transfer when his contract expires in the summer.

Pogba spent four years with Juventus before re-signing with the Premier League giants in 2016.

If he opts for another challenge, United may need to make more moves in the engine room and as things stand they are already planning as many as four signings overall for next season.

Here are six players who could be available for a ‘reduced price’ during the summer transfer window;

Yves Bissouma (Brighton): Among the countless midfielders who have been linked with a move to Old Trafford, Bissouma’s current club Brighton are reported to have set an asking price of £50m for him. However, by the summer, she will have 12 months left to fulfill his contract and it seems highly unlikely that the Seagulls will be able to collect such a fee. Bissouma fits the midfielder profile that United want and has experience in the Premier League.

Ryan Gravenberch (Ajax): Simply one of the most promising young players in Europe. His name might go unnoticed, a bit, given the buzz surrounding England star Jude Bellingham, a past and future target for United, but Gravenberch has a similar regard. A box-to-box midfielder who has progressed through the famed Ajax system, he too is out of contract in 2023. One for the present and the future at 19 and, if Ajax manager Erik ten Hag comes into the Old Trafford bench, United’s chances of signing him may well increase.

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Napoli midfielder Fabián Ruiz (left) is seen as an attractive property heading into the summer.

Fabian Ruiz (Naples): Spanish international Ruiz has spent four years with Napoli. Still not signing a new contract beyond 2023, his name has appeared in United rumours. Equally capable in midfield defense, and when he is deployed in a more advanced role, the 25-year-old should be a man in demand this summer.

Would you take any of these players? Your opinion in the comments section.

Renato Sanchez (Lille): Sanches is a curious case to say the least. He was destined for the top when he first burst onto the scene and while the Portuguese could still scale those heights, he failed to reach the level in Germany with Bayern Munich and a brief loan spell at Swansea City also proved uninspiring. . . Back at French Ligue 1 side Lille, the 24-year-old has been heavily tipped with another move this coming summer. with Arsenal and Italian giants AC Milan both touted for a move.

Milan Skriniar (Inter Milan): United decided on Raphael Varane when looking for a long-term partner for Harry Maguire last summer. However, the United captain has underperformed this season and the centre-back could be an area that key figures in the boardroom are looking to tackle, once again, later on. Inter Milan have been forced to sell Romelu Lukaku to Chelsea and, if they are worried Skriniar will put pen to paper, United and other potential suitors could make a bargain.

Youri Tielemans (Leicester City): Surely an out-of-the-box replacement for Pogba, should he move on. Brendan Rodgers has already suggested Leicester could lose the Belgian if the right club ask for him, so the Foxes are unlikely to stand in his way. As with all the players on this list, Tielemans is out of contract in 2023, so United cannot be held for ransom.

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George Holan

George Holan is chief editor at Plainsmen Post and has articles published in many notable publications in the last decade.

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