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Erik ten Hag looks at this World Cup winner to reinforce Manchester United

Manchester United manager has set his mind on this player.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are now looking to go ahead and reinforce the team as they are ready to have a really busy summer transfer window ahead of them right away.

Not Casemiro or Mainoo, midfielder that Sir Jim Ratcliffe wants for Man United

Manchester United new office is keen on the idea that some of the most important changes would come in the summer transfer window for players that could leave and arrive to the team. INEOS and Sir Jim Ratcliffe have currently set a budget of 300 million euros for the team, and with some of the sales of the team they are also looking to get close to 500 million euros.

The injuries for the red devils have been a big concern for the team in the season so far, as now they are looking to sign players that could play on a game to game basis in the near future. This situation has caused for the team to look for some players that could do just that for the next seasons as they are ready to change their current situation.

One of the main targets for the red devils in the summer transfer window has become Exequiel Palacios, he currently plays for the Bayer Leverkusen team and he could be key for the red devils right away. Ten Hag sees him as the perfect replacement for Bruno Fernandes as he could also help the team by getting more playing time.

Exequiel Palacios has been key for the german team, and the fact is that this situation has make him one of the most wanted players for several teams around Europe for the next transfer window. The 25 year old player has been able to show in different tournaments, such as the World Cup, that he could have a really important role as a starting or a back up player now.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Omar Berrada have their first assignment with Man United

Exequiel Palacios value

On top of what Exequiel Palacios could bring to the red devils, it has also been confirmed that the team would only have to pay 50 million euros if they want to secure him in the next months for him to arrive as the transfer window opens.

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