Manchester United are targeting two more transfers after they failed to sign a deal for England and Dortmund right-winger, Jadon Sancho despite making him their top target.
Although much fault were from the German club who were unwilling to budge from their £108million asking price.
Ed Woodward and United’s Glazer owners are being criticized for signing young wingers Facundo Pellistri and Amad Diallo instead instead of Jadon Sancho.
According to Manchester Evening News (MEN) which said that the Reds are optimistic to sign two other players in January.
Manchester United have made Sancho their top transfer target last summer but they have Borussia Dortmund to contend with. The Germans have slapped a price tag of £110m on the 20-year-old.
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Apart from the huge transfer fee plus the player’s salary, the Red Devils will still need to navigate the payment of agent fees to get the transfer done.
Jadon Sancho is one of the most exciting young attackers in European football and he has been on the transfer radar at Manchester United for the better part of the last three years.
MEN said that the other two targets are Bournemouth midfielder David Brooks and Dynamo Kiev left-back Vitaly Mykolenko.
The Cherries slammed a £50m price tag on Brooks last summer but that will be lower in January since the club are already relegated.
Mykolenko has impressed for both Ukraine and Dynamo Kiev thus putting him on Red Devils’ radar.