Manchester United are ‘in talks’ for two new signings

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Despite making an incredible start to this season’s Premier League campaign, it is hard not to feel that the Red Devils do not possess the strength in depth that some of their rivals do. As a result, Manchester United will hopefully be looking to ring in a few changes to their squad moving forward.

One of those might involve the right-back position. While Aaron Wan-Bissaka might have nailed down his spot in the first-team, there are not too many options beyond him. Brandon Williams has failed to make a mark this season while Timothy Fosu-Mensah has already left. And Diogo Dalot might be set to follow suit as well.

The Portuguese full-back appears to have made an impression while away on loan at AC Milan and the Italian giants might be looking to make the move permanent in the near future. If that happens, United will need to sign a replacement.

As reported by the Express, those might come in the form of Norwich City’s Max Aarons and Atletico Madrid’s Kieran Trippier.

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Trippier and Aarons are two very different options. The Atletico Madrid man has a wealth of experience, having played for Tottenham Hotspur in the past and even starred for England in their memorable World Cup 2018 campaign.

On the other hand, Aarons might be one for the future. The Norwich City youngster was linked with FC Barcelona in the summer but that move failed to materialise. He has continued to grow in leaps and bounds since then though and is shining in the Championship right now as The Canaries look to win back promotion to the Premier League.

Either or both of them could be shrewd signings on the part of Manchester United and should not come at the expense of a huge transfer fee. Now, it will be interesting to see what the club decide to do.

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