Manchester United Coach Solskjaer demands three more signings once Van de Beek transfer is completed

Manchester United have agreed terms with the Dutch player and a fee of €40 Million.

Manchester United have agreed terms with the Dutch player and a fee of €40 million, but the spending spree of the club has only set to begin for this transfer window as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is reportedly demanding more signings to complete his sqaud.

The 23-year old Dutch midfielder is an excellent choice for attacking midfield display and along side Bruno Feranadez and Paul Pogba this trio will form a formidable midfield trio, though Van de Beek was not the only player United was eyeing this summer. Jadon Sancho the English winger from Dortmund has been on their radar for quiet a some time but nothing substantial progress for his transfer  have been agreed between the clubs.

The fee Dortmund is asking is 100 million plus and Manu are not looking to spend such an amount on a single player, the twists and turn at the end of the transfer window will see Untied have a upper hand on negotiating a deal. But Ole reportedly needs more players in position of a Striker, centre back and a right winger which will see the club spending more this summer.

The deals and players need to come up quick as the transfer window shuts next month while United have to face New Castle United in three weeks time, Man City have a good squad themselves and there wont be any surprise if they are able to land Leo Messi at Ethihad along with a few other transfers, Chelsea have already made a statement with signings of Timo Werner, Chilwell, Thiago Silva and Hakim Ziyech. The club is also said to have made progress in their pursuit of Kai Havertz from Bayer Leverkusen.

The top 4 race will heat up soon the Premier league starts and team before that will look to reorganize and restructure the squad, Manu will look to add quality players to their team as other teams are on a spending spree this summer and more will be expected from United as always.

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