After landing a couple of signings already, news and rumours have it that the English giants have agreed a whooping triple swoop deal of £152.9 million to power their defence, midfield and their attack with highly rated players based on their performances in their previous clubs.
According to Eurosport, Declan Rice looks a possibility to the Red Devils as they have agreed to offer a signing fee of £80 million to the Premier league club West Ham. Earlier reports suggested an amount of £100 million but David Moyes side is willing to let him go at a lower price.
Meanwhile Jadon Sancho is also on the table as he prepares to join his new teammate after agreeing terms with Manchester United over his £72.9 million move from Dortmund. Fans of Manchester United should be ready to enjoy even better football next season.
In other news, the agreement between Varane and Manchester United seems impossible as he changes his mind on finishing next season at Real Madrid so that he could join Ole and his men on a free transfer according to Manchestereveningnews.
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