Man Utd: Jadon Sancho in profile
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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has reportedly 'accepted' the Glazers may not be able to sanction any more big deals after Raphael Varane and Jadon Sancho . The Americans have been hands on so far this summer. And the Red Devils appear to mean business on the transfer front.
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Manchester United are set to make Varane their third signing of the summer.
They've reached an agreement with both the 28-year-old himself and Real Madrid, with the World Cup winner's move set to be officially announced next week.
Should that happen, as expected, he'll become the club's third signing of the transfer window so far.
Tom Heaton and Jadon Sancho have already touched down from Aston Villa and Borussia Dortmund respectively.
And while United's squad has now been significantly enhanced, Solskjaer is still looking to make more additions as well.
A right-back and central midfielder are on the Red Devils' radar as they look to win the Premier League title for the first time since 2013.
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Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has accepted Glazers transfer stance (Image: GETTY)
Yet ESPN say Solskjaer has accepted the Glazers' funds may be limited when it comes to those areas of his squad.
The deal for Sancho set the club back a massive £73million, making him their third-costliest signing in their entire history.
And Varane is set to cost them a total of £42m overall, with an initial £34.2m being paid up front.
While United want other signings, Solskjaer and his coaching staff know they've already been backed by the club's controversial owners.
And the club may need to sell to buy now, with up to eight players potentially leaving.
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eyeing Premier League title glory (Image: GETTY)
Jesse Lingard's future at Old Trafford is currently up in the air, despite Solskjaer insisting the former West Ham star was in his plans for the upcoming campaign.
Andreas Pereira is expected to be cut loose, having spent last season on loan at Serie A side Lazio.
United are open to letting Anthony Martial go for the right price, with the France international being linked with Borussia Dortmund and Barcelona.
Brandon Williams remains on Southampton's radar, while Alex Telles has been linked with Roma.
AC Milan want to sign Diogo Dalot permanently, although the Portugal international was spotted training with Inited on Monday for the first time since Euro 2020.
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Manchester United are on the cusp of Raphael Varane transfer (Image: GETTY)
And Phil Jones and Daniel James are also facing uncertain futures at Old Trafford.
Meanwhile, former Arsenal star Sol Campbell has hailed Solskjaer for the work he's done at United so far as the club's deal for Varane edges closer.
"He's come in and steadied the ship and that's what it's all about," Campbell told talkSPORT.
"That's what United needed at the time. They needed someone who could go back into that club and steady it, bring back the joy and play the football they want to see – the DNA and spirit of the club.
"A lot of people I know at the club are happy with Ole – they're totally happy with him."
Manchester United have already signed Jadon Sancho (Image: GETTY)
This is arguably United's best summer since 2014.
When Louis van Gaal swaggered into town as a replacement for Jose Mourinho, he got significant backing in the transfer market.
Angel Di Maria arrived from Real Madrid as a headline name, while Radamel Falcao was loaned in from Monaco.
Daley Blind and Marcos Rojo both touched down from Ajax and Sporting Lisbon respectively.
And United also signed Luke Shaw and Ander Herrera, who both fall into the 'hit' category rather than miss.
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