Man U News: Ed Woodward Talks About Signing Another Player. See Full Info On New Transfer

Ed Woodward says more contracts will be signed this summer in an e-mail sent to Manchester United staff shortly before the transfer of  Aaron Wan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.

The executive vice president of United was criticized for focusing on the transfer market, where he took greater responsibility after Sir Alex Ferguson left six years ago.

Jose Mourinho spent more than 300 million pounds in two and a half years at the club, but he could not challenge Manchester City's dominance, while the jury is still deliberating on many of the most expensive contracts, most notably.

United have already joined several players this summer, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is determined to build his new team around a group of enthusiastic young British players.

Daniel James, the 21-year-old Welsh international, arrived from Swansea earlier this month. It is known that United are about to make Newcastle's Shaun Longstaff their third summer contract.

United also met representatives of Portugal international midfielder Bruno Fernandez, who are trading on signing a new center, although they discourage Harry Maguire's 90 million pounds from Leicester City. .


In an e-mail sent to United employees, published by Telegraph, Woodward wrote: "Despite the inflated nature of the transport market, speculation and continuing stories, what could be misleading, the hiring team, along with the manager (Ole Gunnar Solskjaer) The scenes to bring in other exciting players fit into their long-term vision of the club. 'United have also been linked to moves by Dicken Rice of West Ham and Jason Sancho of Borussia Dortmund, but more people could be depending on whether buyers of Paul Pogba, Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku

Meanwhile, an agreement was reached by Aaron Wan-Bissaka on Friday after United reluctantly accepted the inclusion of a 10% sale condition after several weeks of intense negotiations.

"It's a great feeling and honor to call myself a player at Manchester United, and I know that only a small number of players have the privilege to say that," said Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

"I can not wait to go and join the team. I will have a short break after the European Championship, but I look forward to starting the training with the manager and my new colleagues in the pre-tournament tour."


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