Sports analysts have questioned Manchester United's lack of commitment in the transfer market. According to former Arsenal player Ian Wright, the organization's management appears to be held responsible for the current issue. Even if rumors claimed that the players currently on the market don't fit Ten Hag's agenda, the club is still in talks with a number of famous players.
Adrian Rabiot, a standout for Juventus, is reportedly being pursued by Manchester United. The France star and the club have reached a personal agreement. Rabiot might increase the alternatives for the midfield.
Fabrizio Romano, a well-known and renowned football commentator, tweeted that the red devils are nearing the finish of the negotiation process and intend to close the transaction by the end of this week. Although Rabiot, who was on loan to Bayern Munich, has had a poor season, he can assist the team solidify its midfield.
Manchester United is also eager to sign Milinkovic Savic, who is a long-term objective. De Jong, who has made it obvious that he won't leave Barcelona at any cost, may be well-replaced by the 27-year-old.
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