Date: 4th January 2020 at 11:01am
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As another possible capture appears on our radar.

Although now with the January transfer window open, Manchester United have featured heavily in the media speculation linking the club with the acquisition of a few well-known players on the continent, we shouldn’t forget that the club has a policy of recruiting the best young British talent out there.

It is a policy that has seen the club, last summer, recruit Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Daniel James.

Therefore, it is probably not too much of a surprise to read, courtesy of Daily Mail, that Manchester United are being linked with the possible acquisition of Todd Cantwell.

Cantwell, 21-years-of-age, has impressed whilst playing for struggling Norwich City this season and the midfielder, rated in the £30 million bracket, has also been linked with a possible move to both Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

This season, the midfielder has netted 6 times for Norwich and with Scott McTominay out on a long-term injury and with the future of Paul Pogba very much uncertain, our referenced source believes Cantwell has been added to Manchester United’s list of 2020 summer targets.

But does the possible signing of Toddenough-is-enough-united-midfielder-just-needs-to-go-however-talented-he-might-be Cantwell get your seal of approval?

Would Signing Todd Cantwell Get Your Seal Of Approval?

Yes!

Yes!

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No!

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Undecided!

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