Manchester United’s Transfer Market Strategy, Limited Funds Is Not A Problem

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OKEGOAL.COM - Despite limited transfer funds, continue to plan to bring in their dream players.

There are two players in different positions who are being targeted by and they are the and the striker.

Meanwhile, the midfield position was filled by the arrival of Mason Mount from .

The Daily Mail reports that Manchester United's spending budget this summer is £120m.

Meanwhile, they spent £60m to bring in Mason Mount.

As a result, the relegation of from went through a lengthy process.

United are currently trying to reach an agreement with regarding the price of the Cameroonian .

The two clubs are said to have a different valuation of £6m in relation to 's price.

If MU can get the price they want, they will later use the rest of the budget to bring in a new striker.

So far is the preferred name to bring to Old Trafford.

At such a young age, the Danish striker has shown promise.

Playing 34 times for Atalanta, Hojlund managed to contribute 10 goals and 4 assists.

Therefore, it is not surprising that Manchester United was the first target.

The Daily Mail reports that the are hoping to seal a deal for the 20-year-old with Atalanta in the region of £40m.

But they also take other avenues to get more transfer money.

sell players

International says United will be listening to offers from other clubs for the 13 players.

Meanwhile, Alex Telles is reported to be wanted by Saudi League club, Al-Nasr.

Alex Telles has the opportunity to catch up with , who joined for the first time there.

On the other hand, they still want to sell Fred, Anthony Elanga, Donny van de Beek, Eric Bailey, Brandon Williams and Dean Henderson.

However, it also depends on the financial gains you can make.

There has also been discussion of a possible transfer involving , , Anthony Martial and .

The hope is that selling some of these players can help Manchester United fund their desire to link their main target to the .