An entire XI of Man Utd targets, with Sancho and Koulibaly joined by €80m forward and potential world record transfer

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RB: Aaron Wan-Bissaka

A new right-back also seems to be on Man Utd’s agenda for the summer, with a number of names linked, but with exciting Crystal Palace youngster Aaron Wan-Bissaka perhaps the outstanding candidate.

The Independent claim the 21-year-old is Solskjaer’s preferred target for that position, though Ed Woodward prefers Tottenham’s Kieran Trippier. Either way, this could be one of the more realistic deals done by the club this summer as veteran defender Antonio Valencia nears the end of his contract.

LB: Alejandro Grimaldo

This perhaps seems one of the less likely moves given the fine form of Luke Shaw this season, but Alejandro Grimaldo has had a fine season for Benfica and is unsurprisingly attracting suitors.

Calciomercato have mentioned United as being one of the teams looking at him, along with Juventus, while Sport link him with Arsenal and Manchester City.

Declan Rice, West Ham United
Declan Rice would make a fine signing for Manchester United

CM: Declan Rice

One of the most exciting young midfielders in Europe at the moment, Declan Rice has had an eye-catching season for West Ham and surely won’t be there for much longer.

With Ander Herrera nearing the end of his contract and the likes of Nemanja Matic and Fred struggling, it’s little surprise to see the Irish Independent linking Rice with United, where he could undoubtedly fill a key role already.

CM: Thomas Partey

After some impressive performances for Atletico Madrid, Thomas Partey is another exciting potential addition in midfield for United this summer.

Ghana Web have linked the 25-year-old as MUFC’s top priority target for that position, and it’s easy to see how he could be an upgrade on most of the current crop in that position.

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