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Barcelona want to sign two Red Devils stars for transfer free of cost

By Harry Smith

Barcelona want to sign two Red Devils stars for transfer free of cost

The team led by Xavi is very aware of how the team can be reinforced to be more competitive.

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The season that Manchester United has had has been with the results on the rise by the system of play that is adapting to the players, there are many questions of the approach that Erik ten Hag wants to impose at Old Trafford, the results that have been the product of the joint effort of the squad.

Manchester United is approaching a month full of matches, the first of them will be against Manchester City, and in this same month they will also play against the London teams, Tottenham and Chelsea. There will be three extremely important matches to show that they can fight for the Premier League, in addition to completing the group stage of the Europa League.

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So far this season there have been surprises of players who have shown performance, the manager has given them confidence and they have proved to be up to the task, in the case of two players who will be free agents at the end of the season, striker Marcus Rashford and right back Diogo Dalot.

Both players have been relevant in what has been played this season, although there are already renewal talks for both players, they have aroused the interest of other important teams that will try to convince them to take them for free to their team. Erik ten Hag was clear, he wants Rashford to stay in his team and be the main striker.

Barcelona and Xavi want to convince Dalot and Rashford to sign with them

The Spanish club has been an aggressive team in recent transfer markets, and they hope they can convince the players to go to Barcelona. They want to rejuvenate the team with 24-year-old English striker Marcus Rashford, and 23-year-old Portuguese right-back Diogo Dalot. This season's results will be key to extending the contracts of both first-team players.


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