As John Murtough continues to work, Manchester United is expected to complete a third key signing.

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As John Murtough continues to work, Manchester United is expected to complete a third key signing.

So far this summer, Manchester United CEO John Murtough has orchestrated two important transfers.

According to reports, Manchester United will make a third important signing before the transfer market closes on August 31. Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane have already joined the Red Devils. And John Murtough is making strenuous efforts to guarantee that they aren’t the only two people in the room.

Manchester United finished last season on a sad note, losing in the Europa League final to Villarreal.

The Red Devils, on the other hand, have responded well off the field, with a strong start to the summer transfer window.

Tom Heaton has joined United, while he isn’t a huge addition, and is anticipated to keep Dean Henderson and David De Gea on their toes throughout the season.

Sancho arrived from Borussia Dortmund, where he was given the No. 25 shirt that had previously belonged to Antonio Valencia.

United have also agreed an agreement in principle with Real Madrid star Varane, who is expected to be presented in the coming week.

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United will make a third “important” signing this summer, according to the Manchester Evening News.

While no names have been stated, a number of players have been linked with a switch to Old Trafford as the transfer window draws to a conclusion.

United has expressed interest in Lionel Messi, but the Barcelona legend is widely anticipated to join Paris Saint-Germain in France instead.

Ruben Neves of the Wolves is a target for them, with Bruno Fernandes urging his compatriot to join.

Saul Niguez has surfaced as a prospective transfer, despite Atletico Madrid’s £45 million asking price may be too much for United to afford.

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So far this summer, Murtough has been hard at work behind the scenes.

And the United director will be hoping for further reinforcements in the squad as the Red Devils aim for Premier League title triumph next season.

Meanwhile, ahead of his team’s pre-season, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer updated fans on the Varane situation. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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