3. Bring in a creative midfielder
Its no secret that Manchester United have lacked the brilliance and creativity in their midfield since the retirement of former England International Paul Scholes.
Marouane Fellaini, David Moyes' first signing as Man United manager didn't improve the United midfield at all and has proved to be a flop till now.
After missing out on Fabregas, Thiago and Modric in summer, some United fans believed Shinji Kagawa would step up and make the position in the middle of the park his own. But the Japanese International never seems to be on song when playing time is given.
One player United have been linked with in the last four months is Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke. Captain of the Spain Under-21 team, Koke has had a fantastic campaign till now and with Madrid having debt issues they might consider selling him.
The other player is Everton Ribeiro. The Brazilian has spoken of his willingness to play for United and a player of his caliber would help Moyes sort out his midfield problems.