Manchester United to sign Youri Tielemans and Caglar Soyuncu?

Bertrand Traore

Manchester United intend to sign Tielemans and Soyuncu from Leicester in the summer window.

Youri Tielemans has been impressive not only last season but also in great form this season. He became more renowned after scoring a wonderful goal against Chelsea in the FA Cup final.

In the 2021/22 season, he has three goals and three assists in all competitions. His current contract with Leicester will end in 2023 but many clubs are monitoring the situation.

Caglar Soyuncu is also a target for Manchester United. He has 100 appearances under Brendan Rodgers. The Red Devils are eyeing a move for him to give competition to Varane and Maguire.

His current contract with The Foxes ends in 2023.

According to Fichajes, Manchester United want to sign Tielemans and Soyuncu in the summer window.

Will Manchester United ever reach their golden era again?

The Red Devils are a legendary club. One of the most famous in the world. They have made world-class signings in the past and will continue to do so. But it’s fair to say that their golden era will not be repeated.

United will taste success and glory again but their golden era was something else.

Under Sir Alex Ferguson, they have won the Premier League 13 times and 2 Champions League.

In 2013, Sir Alex Ferguson retired, winning his 13th title with United.

There were many noticeable players but the best amongst them was formidable.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Ronaldo has called Sir Alex Ferguson his “Father in Football”. After arriving from Sporting Club Portugal, the Portuguese took time to settle but had immense support from SAF. 

Ronaldo as a winger displayed a plethora of skills. He was not only mesmerizing to watch but was also great in terms of impact.

It can be said that Ronaldo is not the biggest United legend because chose to go to Madrid after 6 years. His legacy as a Footballer is bigger in comparison to other United legends. 

If it weren’t for Sir Alex Ferguson, Ronaldo would not be who he was today.

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