Manchester United have excited their fans with the moves they are making in the transfer window.
Their long-awaited signing of Jadon Sancho is over the line, despite the club not yet announcing it officially.
They had been trying to bag the midfielder for the past season and supporters are hotly anticipating how he will perform for the Red Devils in the upcoming campaign.
Another exciting deal is looking closer to be being done with defender Raphael Varane. It has been widely reported that the player will be wearing red next season and an announcement should be imminent.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping the new stars can bag him his first silverware at United. He has not yet lifted a trophy since taking over the club in 2018.
Mirror Football have rounded-up all the latest United transfer so you don’t miss out on any action.
United closing in on Varane
It has been weeks in the making but United’s talks with Raphael Varane seem to be edging closer to a deal.
Sky Sports are reporting that the club are close to agreeing personal terms with the player’s management.
It’s also understood once that is over the line that United will be able to agree a fee with Real Madrid.
Solskjaer on Sancho’s announcement
Boss Solskjaer has spoken about when Jadon Sancho’s deal will be announced for fans.
It was reported earlier this month that the England midfielder had signed from Borussia Dortmund and that he had a medical at the club.
Solskjaer said: “From what I understand only paperwork, small little details, hopefully we can announce something.
“Let’s get all the paperwork done and get him over the line and then I can say what I truly feel about the player.”
De Gea target No 1 spot
David de Gea has returned to United early to try and become first choice keeper at the side ahead of Dean Henderson, says the Daily Star.
De Gea has been put into second place at the club after good form from Henderson.
The Spaniard told told talkSPORT : “I worked every day, day-in and day-out, I was grinding down to get into that team at Man United.
“I went through every brick wall I could get through, I fought hard and when I got into the team I was shattered, I was exhausted.
“I was mentally tired, I’d done everything right to get into the team, but I’d used up all my energy worrying about getting into the team.
“So when I got into the team I had a good little run and then got injured and then I struggled.”