United transfer business is obviously going to be a topic of conversation as the one of the biggest clubs in England and the world look to get back to a level which they had previously been at, um, as they look to compete with the Liverpool and Manchester City, two of their biggest rivals there trying to catch back up.
They've fallen behind in recent years.
And so what type of transfer business are we in for from from the red side of Manchester? Obviously, there's a couple of out bounds, and we're not really sure on the specifics of everything but Paul Pogba.
Um, it's been rumored for a long time that he's gonna move on to either back to you Aventis or two Rail Madrid, Rome Madrid seems the more likely you.
They have a lot of midfielders more than they could ever hope to use and depends on what Maurizio sorry thinks of ah of POG.
But But, ah, he's likely to move on in the summer, as is Alexis Sanchez.
I know that Ali said that he would be returning, um, and he would prove everyone wrong.
But the attitude of the player and the fans towards the player.
I think it would be best for all parties involved if Alexis Sanchez was out the door this summer, Um, as Faras inbounds united ah broke the record for most expensive defender by purchasing Harry Maguire for £80 million from last year.
Last season, they could be set to do it again, according to some reports out of Italy that have them leading the chase for college.
Do Kula Bali from Napoli? A couple of things, I mean, first, he is going to cost a lot of money.
He's shown time and again, both at ah, the champion in the Champions League and and in Syria, that he's a top quality defender and ah, and that he is gonna add value to any side, so likely he'll demand in the range of those very top quality defenders.
The Van ****s, and then what McGwire commanded he's going toe need a similar fee.
So it's unclear whether United are ready to splash another.
You know, 70 to £90 million on a defender.
Um, it also depends on where Napoli finished.
They're currently 10th so it's very unlikely there, nine points off of the Champions League places in Italy, and it's it's gonna be tough for them to get back to that level.
They're playing a little bit better under God.
But if they get back into the Champions League, his price tag probably probably goes up even more if the player would even want to leave.
But if they don't qualify for the Champions League, then I have to think that cool Bali will move on and United could be tempted to splash the cash on a defender once again.
They also added Bruno Fernandez, this, uh, this winter, and it seems like they're in the market for another creative midfielder.
First on the list has been James Madison from Lester.
He's had an impressive season, but the name that seems to creep back into the discussion whenever it's had, and especially given his showing at the in the care about Cup semifinals, um, leading Aston Villa to the final.
Jack Grealish has caught the eye of ah, of United and Guardiola as well over at Manchester City.
He speaks highly of Jack Grealish whenever given the opportunity, and many around United are thinking that Grealish should become the main target ahead of James Madison because of his influence at Aston Villa.
The question mark now is if Aston Villa ST Up will really be available if they're relegated.
I have to think that Jack Grealish would similar to the cooler Bali situation.
If if they're not at the level that he thinks that they should be, it could be that Grealish moves on.
I don't know if there's a situation that Grealish leaves the club.
If he is, if he is in the Premier League, Grealish being the captain so Manchester United may settle for Madison, which wouldn't be half bad, either.
It'll be an interesting summer for Ali gonna Soul Shire if he's still around the club by then.
But they are fifth there, right outside of the Champions League places, and it seems like they just need a few pieces to get back.