Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer recently completed two years as the club’s full-time manager. Although the team is yet to lift their first piece of silverware under the Norwegian manager, they have shown gradual progression under him.
The Red Devils now look capable of beating any team on their day but just seem to be lacking that final bit to go on and compete for trophies consistently. And it is this inconsistency that Solskjaer would like to get rid of as soon as possible.
As a result, United might continue to add depth to their squad over the course of the next few months, as they did in the last summer transfer window.
They signed Alex Telles, Donny van de Beek and Edinson Cavani and brought Dean Henderson back from his two-year loan spell at Sheffield United to increase competition within the squad. And although all of them might not be having great seasons, the team certainly looks more balanced than before.
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Manchester United could try to sign a right-back in the summer
Considering how added competition has helped Luke Shaw take his game to the next level, Manchester United could be looking to repeat the trick on the opposite flank and sign a right-back as competition to Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
That being said, Norwich City’s Max Aarons is thought to be a transfer target for the Red Devils in the upcoming summer transfer window after being linked with the Championship star for quite some time now.
They could have some serious competition for his signature though. The Daily Telegraph’s Mike McGrath tweeted out that AS Roma have joined the race for Aarons while several teams are interested in the youngster.
The 21-year-old Englishman has been very impressive for Norwich City in the Championship this season, as they sit comfortably at the top of the table and look set for a promotion to the Premier League. He is rated at around £30 million.