Premier League heavyweights Manchester United have not had as pleasant a start to their Premier League campaign as they would have liked. The more scary fact is that they are not improving with every passing game and can only degrade further if new signings are not made in the January transfer window.
Recent reports reveal that Manchester United have identified three players they would like to sign in the winter transfer window and hope to turn their fortunes upside down. Team manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is facing a lot of criticism and is under a lot of pressure to keep up the pace with some of the other teams like Manchester City and Liverpool.
United are currently placed eight at the points tally and with matches against top teams like Arsenal and Liverpool coming up next, it is only going to get tough for them if they do not pull up their socks. However, the season is still not over and could be saved if the Manchester United management decided to invest in quality players in the forthcoming transfer window which opens in January.
If reports from Don Balon, a Spanish media news outlet, are to be believed Manchester United have identified three players who they will bid for in the next transfer window. These three players include Sean Longstaff, Erling Braut Haaland and Timo Werner.
Solskjaer has been after Sean Longstaff for quite some time now but the club gave up the opportunity to sign him as they were asking for a minimum of €50 million. They would not want to repeat the mistake again. As far as Erling Braut Haaland is concerned, he has already played under the Manchester United manager in Norway.
United fans would hope that the deal works out and the Red Devils manage to pull their campaign back on track.