In the wake of Ruben Neves’ interest, Manchester United are refusing to rule out late signings – EXCLUSIVE.

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In the wake of Ruben Neves’ interest, Manchester United are refusing to rule out late signings – EXCLUSIVE.

Ruben Neves of Wolves has piqued Manchester United’s interest in a deal.

Despite the arrivals of Jadon Sancho, Raphael Varane, and Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United is refusing to rule out late signings. At Old Trafford, Ruben Neves is one of the players being considered. However, as the clock ticks down, there are a few things to consider.

Manchester United enjoyed an incredible transfer window.

Despite the arrivals of Sancho, Varane, and Ronaldo from Hollywood, the Red Devils are still looking to add to their squad.

Despite United being in a battle against time to complete a deal, Express Sport understands that a late bid for Neves hasn’t been ruled out.

At 11 p.m., the transfer window closes.

However, United are wary of bringing in new players, and the atmosphere at Old Trafford is said to be gloomy.

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They are aware that they are running out of time and are pleased with their current additions, who include Tom Heaton, who joined on a free transfer.

Any changes, which the club is open to if the appropriate opportunity occurs, will, however, be contingent on how their net spend looks.

United aimed for a net spend of £75 million to £100 million throughout the summer season, but deals for Ronaldo, Sancho, and Varane cost them £120 million.

Daniel James’ probable departure to Leeds will assist balance the budget, but more players must depart to help the issue.

Donny van de Beek has been projected to leave despite a lack of suitors, with the Dutchman content to stay and fight for his spot.

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However, they now anticipate the right-back to stay put, which means their pursuit of Kieran Trippier has been put on hold.

Unless someone, possibly West Ham, fulfills their £25 million asking price, Jesse Lingard is also set to stay.

That means that, while United is open to additional reinforcements, fans shouldn’t get their hopes up.

However, Neves is their final summer transfer window objective.

Eduardo Camavinga is on the verge of joining Real Madrid, while Saul Niguez has been linked. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”

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