Manchester United to make eight signings over two summers

Tanya Simon
October 12, 2019

Man United are now in 12th position on the Premier League table with nine points from eight matches, leaving them only two points clear of the relegation zone.

United do not have a backup option to Shaw at the club, with the likes of Ashley Young, Marcos Rojo, and Axel Tuanzebe filling in for him when he has been injured - neither three are natural at left-back.

Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood remain the club's striking options. In the current season, Rose has 2.9 clearances on average per game in the Premier League, and 1.6 tackles per game.

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Injuries and poor form has resulted in Shaw's stock falling, and as a result given rise to speculation about United signing a replacement.

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Sources have told ESPN FC that any extra revenue generated from a new sponsorship deal will be invested into the playing squad as United look to re-establish themselves as serious contenders in the Premier League and Champions League. Mandzukic is a similar age and hopefully he could have the same impact if he signs. The Croatian forward also found himself missing out on Juventus' squad for the Champions League group stage.

Owen also said that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side are getting worse, adding that the Red Devils only have three good players with future at the club.

An established Manchester United player has reportedly attempted to hold a team bonding meal, only for just five players to attend the occasion.

Before the close of the last transfer window in Europe, Mandzukic nearly completed a move to Manchester United, but he eventually stayed in Turin.

- Finally, in more news concerning United bosses of the past, the Mirror and the Daily Mail say there is a growing chance David Moyes could return to Everton if the under-fire Marco Silva is sacked, with the Scot now odds-on in some places to take charge again.

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