The English giant club is in full swing. Erik ten Hag is not hiding his grand plans to further strengthen the team, even after a series of massive additions in the form of Andre Onana, Rasmus Højlund, and Mason Mount. Amid this restructuring process, Ten Hag has put his trust in Fiorentina’s midfielder, Sofyan Amrabat, and Nice’s defender, Jean-Clair Todibo.

The Moroccan midfield profile Sofyan Amrabat, previously coached by Ten Hag in Utrecht, has been long speculated in the backdrop at Manchester United. Reportedly, the midfield engine is also considering an offer from Saudi Arabia, while Manchester United is currently working on bringing the Serie A profile. This is reported by The Mirror.

And although Manchester United has reportedly taken the lead in terms of Sofyan Amrabat’s signature, the recent period of inactivity in the negotiations has opened the door for other clubs. Therefore, it is still uncertain where the Moroccan midfield profile will be playing in the future.

But it is reportedly not only in the midfield that Manchester United wants further reinforcements. It is no one’s nose gone by that there are massive rumors that Harry Maguire will soon see his Manchester United adventure come to an end. And there, Manchester United has its eyes directed towards France – more specifically Jean-Clair Todibo – as a replacement.

The French defender has made a name for himself in Ligue 1 and is now considered one of the most promising young players from France.

While Erik Ten Hag continues to shape his dream team, it is clear that he is willing to take bold steps to ensure that Manchester United remains a dominant force in English football.