The transfer window closes in three weeks time and Manchester United still have plenty to do if they are to achieve the perfect summer. Manchester United has laid impressive foundations with the additions of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane but now the focus is on United would rather sign a new central midfielder than a full-back,
though as things stand any move is unlikely unless they manage to sell fringe players. With three weeks left to conduct business, MEN Sport looks at the problems that still need to be solved by Solskjaer before the end of summer.
Paul Pogba’s future
Lionel Messi’s impending move to Paris could end any hopes of a summer deal for Paul Pogba, but that doesn’t mean it is problem solved for United. shiWith less than a year remaining on his current deal, Pogba could yet agree terms as a free agent with a rival European side in the New Year, so there needs to be clarity on his plans.
There is argument to suggest Pogba could re-evaluate his future after the start of the season, having gauged where United are really at — but ideally a firm decision will be made by the end of the month
If the French international is to leave Old Trafford next year, then it would be best to establish that fact early on and let his football take centre stage, rather than an off-field transfer saga that could derail any Premier League title bid.
fting players to the exit door, as well as any additional ‘bonus buys’