Manchester United failed to beat bottom of the table Huddersfield yesterday and now, they cannot finish in the top four, hence, they will not be featuring in the next season’s Champions League.
The Red Devils must bounce back next season and they must sign top quality players to challenge the best of teams.
According to an exclusive report covered by The Sun, Man United boss, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has been promised funds of over £100million to complete a marquee signing for the club in the summer transfer window.
As per the British outlet, the Norwegian manager is also going to have around £50million to secure other targets.
At the moment, our record signing is Paul Pogba, who was lured in 2016 for a fee of £89million from Italian giants Juventus (BBC). Yet again, he is linked with a move away from Old Trafford (The Sun).
I think we should keep Pogba at all costs and improve the squad in the summer for next season.
As far as the marquee signing is concerned, United should capture a new goal keeper. They must look to offload De Gea, who is having his worst ever season with the club and has cost the team a lot of points.
Atletico’s Jan Oblak, who has a release clause of £104million (ESPN), has got what it takes to replace the Spanish international at Old Trafford.
If De Gea is not offloaded then I think, Solskjaer should splash the cash and sign a world class attacker like Antoine Griezmann. The Atletico superstar has currently got a release clause (AS) of €200million (£171million) but on July 1st, the clause will be €120million (£104million).
In your opinion, who should Solskjaer lure as Man Utd’s marquee signing?