United prepares 200 million for three World Cup players

Manchester United wants to return to the elite of English football and to achieve this the fastest way, according to the English entity, is to spend large amounts of money in the transfer markets. Last summer, more than 200 million euros were already spent on incorporating new players and in the next winter market they can pay out a close amount again if they manage to sign all their targets, according to the British newspaper The Sun.

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After the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo and the indefinite loss of Sancho, Ten hag is desperately looking for an attacker to help in the goalscoring facet and the chosen one is none other than another Portuguese, Gonçalo Ramos. The Benfica forward has a clause of 120 million euros and the Lisbon club will not let him leave for much less. Another of the fashionable attackers of the World Cup has been Gakpo. The Dutchman seems to be at the right time to make the move to a big team and United will fight for his signing with teams like Real Madrid and will have to pay at least 80 million euros.

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Another of the names that United has on the table is the American Pulisic. Chelsea don’t have much of the footballer, who would be looking for a way out to have more minutes and United could give them to him. This signing would be one of the most affordable. Others players like Moukoko or João Félix have come to the fore at United, but it seems unlikely that they will end up in the Theater of Dreams.

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The goal of the English team this season is to finish in the top four to play in the Champions League next season. Right now they are three points behind that position, but with one game less. To achieve this objective, Ten Hag wants to strengthen the team and the coach himself acknowledges that the owners will invest more money in the project: “Richard Arnold confirmed to me that the more money will be available for this project, the better”said the Dutch coach.

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