Man United Ready to Seal Brilliant Double Signing Before 11pm Tonight

Louis Van GaalManchester United have not busy in the winter transfer window as far as signings are concerned, however, if reports are anything to go by then the Red Devils could be very active on deadline day (today).
According to reports (Daily Star), Manchester United are ready to reinforce their squad by sealing two brilliant signings before 11pm deadline tonight.
As per the provided Daily Star link, United are in advanced talks to sign 18-year-old versatile midfielder Renato Sanches from Benfica (via O Jogo). On the other hand, the Red Decils are also determined to sign Nigerian star and CSKA Moscow center forward Ahmed Musa (via Mirror).

Sanches is a versatile star who can play anywhere in the midfield. Musa can also play in various attacking positions but his preferred position is that of a striker.
Musa has scored 10 goals and provided 3 assists in 29 games (Transfermarkt) for the Russian side this season and has the quality to improve Man United’s attack.
Louis van Gaal has wasted a lot of funds already and it is baffling that United are looking to splash more cash under his management.

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  1. Avatar Derek Hattersley says:

    There are some players who can play for anyone and when they become available they have to be recruited if they are of the quality and standards required to improve a Club. Van Gaal wasted a lot of money on Di Maria sold him at a loss after one season and did not use him effectively or often enough. He now thrives with PSG, that says a lot about van Gaal and his ability as a manager today. His days are far behind and his methods and management style not good enough for United. Giggs has not benefited from being with a quality experienced manager which has been another waste of time to add to van Gaal’s ineffectual management.

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