Date: 11th September 2019 at 8:21am
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Just four games into the season and it is fair to say that Manchester United’s start to the season hasn’t matched our expectations.

The club are currently sitting in 8th place with 5 points from 4 games and are already 7 points behind the leaders, Liverpool.

To be brutally honest, the burst of summer transfer activity was under-whelming with the quantity of players brought in not matching the quantity needed.

In fact, I could claim that the squad is a little threadbare when you consider the numbers moved on exceed the numbers brought in.

However, there could be some light at the end of the tunnel, with The Express, reporting that Ole Gunnar Solksjaer is looking to continue his policy of bringing in the best young British talent out there.

Our referenced source is reporting that Manchester United are looking to sign the 20-year-old West Ham United midfielder, Declan Rice.

Rice has sprung to prominence over the past 18 months and s now a regular in Gareth Southgate’s England squad.

Our initial thoughts are that West Ham United would be very reluctant to lose their asset but, then again, when a fee of £90 million is being bandied about you just never know.

But can you see this deal being pushed through?

Is it a deal that would get your 100% support?

Please feel free to air your views in the comment facility beneath this article.

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  • Declan Rice! Yes he is a very good player but what is needed now is the manager should bring in Fred and free P.P .he should allow him to play behind the striker and get the best of him before January transfer open.
    What we want now is to get good result out from what we have at ✋ hand now.
    Best of luck United

  • It is a massive risk which Manchester United and OGS are undertaking. To purchase only British players for one of the biggest clubs in world football would be suicide. You only have to look at English players in major games and 9 times out of ten, they will let you down. J.Sancho will not grace Old Trafford if Manchester United do not qualify for the Champion’s League. I cannot see him coming at all.

    The board of Manchester United are negative in the transfer market. Woodward only looks after the Glazers profits. Since David Gill left, Manchester United have only a 50m Net spend season on season. When you consider the likes of Real Madrid, Barca, PSG etc and what they are prepared to spend on players to get their clubs fighting for trophies on all fronts, then United are far and far behind these clubs in their ambition’s. The Glazers have never ever put a penny of their own money into this great club. They are the massive problem going forward with this great club. anyone with half a brain should see that. They are only there to make money for themselves. Manchester United PLC is doing fine. Manchester United AFC – Abysmal!

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