Over the past few years, Manchester United have invested a lot to strengthen their defense, still, the department needs to be improved in the summer transfer window.
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In our view, United now have a solid back line with quality defenders but they need more from their wing-backs in the attacking third.
In the left back role, Luke is proving to be brilliant under the management of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. However, up front, his contribution has been limited.
Therefore, the Norwegian manager opted to sign an attacking fullback in the form of Alex Telles to cover for the English LB. The Brazilian star regularly scored goals and provided assists for Porto.
It must be taken into consideration that last term, Andrew Robertson provided 12 assists in Liverpool’s title winning campaign.
As far as the right back position is concerned, Wan-Bissaka is one of the best fullbacks in the country, however, he has not been productive in the attacking third.
Last season, the 23-year-old only provided 4 assists in 46 appearances for the Old Trafford outfit. On the other hand, Trent Alexander-Arnold set up no fewer than 13 assists for the Anfield club.
Dalot was loaned out in the summer and therefore, at the moment, we do not have any appropriate cover for Wan-Bissaka, who has only set up 2 goals in the Premier League this term.
Therefore, a top right back should be lured in the summer and a few names have been on the radar of the Red Devils.
Trippier has been impressive for Aletico Madrid this term, he is a dead ball specialist and proven quality offensive fullback. However, the England international will turn 31 this year and he is not a long term fix.
Solskjaer needs to lure someone, who would be able to serve the club in the long run. In such a scenario, Norwich City, Max Aarons has been in the lime light lately.
The 21-year-old has been highly impressive for the Canaries, who are currently second in the Championship, only two points behind league leaders Brentford.
His current contract will expire in 2024 and as per reports, he is valued at around 20 million pounds. In your view, should Solskjaer move in to sign him in the next transfer window?