Manchester United bolstered their offensive by acquiring Jadon Sancho and their defense by attracting a world-class center half in Raphael Varane.
The Red Devils already have Dean Henderson and David De Gea in goal, and they welcomed back the veteran Tom Heaton this summer.
The Old Trafford club, on the other hand, needs to upgrade their midfield. They have numerous creative midfielders, and Pogba was outstanding in the opening Premier League match against Leeds, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer requires a specialist play breaker.
The news source have mentioned that the 18-year-old holding midfield player is valued at around £30million and United could move in with a buy to loan offer to get the deal done before the transfer deadline ends on August 31.
According to an exclusive story covered by Football Insider, Man Utd could be ready to secure the signing of Senegalese international and Metz defensive midfielder Pape Sarr.
The adolescent star appeared in 22 Ligue 1 games for the French club last season, scoring three goals. He made his senior national team debut in March and has since earned two caps under Aliou Cisse’s guidance.
In the previous season, the teenage prodigy appeared in 22 Ligue 1 games for the French side, scoring three goals. He made his senior national team debut in March and has won two caps so far under Aliou Cisse’s guidance.
We only have one natural DM at Old Trafford, and that is Nemanja Matic. The experienced Serbian was at his best with Benfica and Chelsea, but those days are long gone, and he has primarily served as a bench warmer under Ole.
As a result, a specialized play breaker must be signed, someone who can help the team in the long run. Should Manchester United offer £28 million for Pape Sarr, in your opinion?