Manchester United are struggling to attract key targets to sign for the club this summer, as the struggle to get the Reds back to the top continues.
According to Miguel Delaney of the Independent, Jadon Sancho’s camp do not want to put the youngster is the ‘environment’ of the current set up at Old Trafford.
Sancho, valued at £100m by the Express, has had an excellent season at Dortmund and is one of Europe’s brightest attacking prospects.
A poor recruitment strategy by Ed Woodward and Matt Judge has left the current United squad in dissarray, with many simply not good enough.
The state of affairs at Old Trafford now looks to be deterring targets from joining the club, and Delaney mentions West Ham midfielder Declan Rice as another player who does not feel it is the right time to move to the Reds.
It still remains unclear why United have still yet to appoint a technical director who can work with boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to make more informed decisions, and change this scatter-gun transfer approach which clearly isn’t working. The Reds must get someone in who has experience in dealing with transfers and has adequate football knowledge.
However, it is not all bad news for United fans, with GQ’s report this afternoon all but confirming the switch of Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Wan-Bissaka looks set become United’s second summer signing following the transfer of Daniel James from Swansea City.