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Report: Man Utd Scouts Eye Talent Amid Changes

Manchester United’s Transfer Targets: Insight from Fabrizio Romano

Transfer Rumours: United’s Scouting Under the Lens

CaughtOffside’s latest scoop from Fabrizio Romano sheds light on the Red Devils’ current transfer strategy, particularly concerning two rising stars: Joao Neves of Benfica and Joshua Zirkzee of Bologna.

Unveiling United’s Strategy

Romano, a well-known transfer news expert, revealed in an exclusive discussion with CaughtOffside, “Speaking exclusively to CaughtOffside for his latest Daily Briefing column, Romano explained that Man Utd are scouting these players, but there’s nothing more concrete than that going on for the moment as the club won’t be making advances on any transfer targets until they have a new sporting director in place.” This statement underscores United’s cautious approach in the market amidst organisational changes.

Joao Neves: A Potential Gem for United?

The Portuguese midfielder, Joao Neves, has been turning heads at Benfica with his remarkable skills. Romano notes, “Joao Neves of Benfica is always linked because he’s being scouted but nothing concrete is taking place now.” His potential addition to United’s squad could be a game-changer, yet the club’s strategy remains shrouded in uncertainty.

Joshua Zirkzee: A Striker in Demand

Meanwhile, Joshua Zirkzee’s impressive performance at Bologna hasn’t gone unnoticed. Romano mentions, ““The same is true for Joshua Zirkzee – it’s just normal scouting activity, but too early to know what United will decide to do here.” He also adds, “Also, AC Milan have a concrete interest in Zirkzee for sure but the strategy for the summer will be made in the next months, not now.” United might face stiff competition for this young talent.

Patience is Key for United Fans

With Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s recent investment in the club, fans are eager for new signings. However, Romano’s insights suggest patience is required. The club’s future direction hinges on the appointment of a new sporting director, and only then will the transfer strategy crystallise.

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