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What’s next for Manchester United on the transfer market?

By Harry Smith

What’s next for Manchester United on the transfer market?

With less than a week left in the transfer window, this is Manchester United's plan

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After Manchester United and Ajax finally reached an agreement for the transfer of Antony Matheus dos Santos, it is being reported by Simon Jones from MailOnline Sport, that the English club will be working on finalizing the transfer of the goalkeeper Martin Dúbravka to compete with David De Gea, but no more signings.

The reporter claims that no other player will be signed this summer outside of Antony and Dúbravka. This comes as a surprise to the supporters because they thought the owners would be making a big investment to help out the new manager achieve his objectives in his first season at the club. But keep in mind that the club has spent over €170 million in just one week.

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The transfer window will be closing this Wednesday and it looks like there won’t be any more changes to the current Manchester United squad apart from the two imminent signings previously mentioned. However, with the signings of Casemiro and Antony, the team already looks so much stronger than a week ago without them.

Another factor could be Cristiano Ronaldo. The 37-year-old striker and his agent are still trying to find him a new club that will be participating in this season’s UEFA Champions League. Although it looks very complicated, if he ends up leaving, then Erik ten Hag will have to sign some new striker that can be a central reference for the team.

The only movement

It looks like the only player that could leave Old Trafford in the next couple of days is Cristiano Ronaldo, but only if he finds a club interested in him. The club was trying to sell Aaron Wan-Bissaka, but besides Crystal Palace's short €10m bid, no one else has made an offer for him. The club made it clear that if he wasn’t sold, then no other right-back would be signed.


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