3 Players Manchester United Should Sign

With Manchester United's season not going quite to plan, many fans are already talking about how the squad can be reinforced this summer to improve the squad's chances of success next season. We decided to give you our top choices for which players should be recruited by the Red Devils. 

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CB: Aymeric Laporte

United's defence simply hasn't been the same since the departures of Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidić. While Chris Smalling has managed to step up and solidify his claim to the RCB position, Phil Jones however has been plagued with injuries and can not be relied upon. Daley Blind has had to play out of position at LCB and although he has done a good job, Laporte could be the man to partner Smalling for years to come. With Athletic Bilbao not being one of the biggest clubs in La Liga, it's a deal that could happen with the right fee. 

RW: Domenico Berardi

Although United has a few promising forwards who can play on the left such as Martial and Depay, the right wing position feels a little short-handed with Juan Mata - naturally a center-attacking midfielder, having to play out of position. Berardi is a forward who plays his trade in the Italian league and with pace and the ability to both score and assist, the promising Italian could become part of a deadly attacking trident for the devils. 

ST: Zlatan Ibrahimović

Many fans argue that Wayne Rooney is still word class. However many others feel that the United skipper has peaked too soon and holds the team back when he plays. So you could argue, why replace him with Ibrahimović? Despite being a few years older than Rooney, Zlatan definitely still has what it takes and he has proved it this year in the Champion's League. While he may be a short term solution rather than long term, this would allow for Martial to still get game time and not have his development as a striker interrupted too much. With Ibra's contract coming to an end at PSG and the likelihood of Mourinho taking over, it seems to be a move that could reinstate the arrogance that United once operated under.