Manchester United have shown that they need to be very active in the upcoming transfer window this summer with their inconsistent form especially in the Premier League where they are in 7th position with 35 points from 25 league games.
The club is in the mix for a Champions League place next season but they are still far off with six points adrift of the last qualification spot held by Chelsea at the moment.
The Manchester United team has been crying out for quality in a number of key positions, one of which was filled with the arrival of Bruno Fernandes last month.
Bruno Fernandes became a Manchester United player in January after his multi-million pounds move from Sporting Lisbon FC of Portugal.
The number 10 role has been crying out for quality at Manchester United since the start of this campaign and Bruno Fernandes has what’s required to be a success in that position.
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He was not the only player to swap their former club for Manchester United last month following the signing of Odion Ighalo who has been supporting the club since his childhood days.
Nigerian striker Ighalo sealed a loan transfer to his dream club Manchester United from Shanghai Shenhua in China. He is the short-term replacement for England international Marcus Rashford who’s injured.
Manchester United are expected to continue their rebuilding this summer and new arrivals will be ushered in by several departures. Here are some of the players likely to leave the Red Devils this summer:
1. Marcos Rojo
The Argentine international centre back cum left-back has joined Estudiantes in his native Argentina on loan until the summer but he might have played his last game for the Red Devils. He would be a free agent this summer.
2. Chris Smalling
He has been on loan at AS Roma in Italy and the Italians are keen to make his move permanent at the end of the one-year loan arrangement in the coming months.