Manchester United summer transfer business in full swing

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Manchester United’s summer transfer plans are taking shape with Daily Mail journalist Mike Keegan claiming that the club has already agreed three deals.

The North West Football Reporter said on his Twitter account that ‘it’s looking like a better structured window’ after last summer’s haphazard approach.

With Louis van Gaal taking over from David Moyes after the World Cup, it was always going to be difficult for the Dutchman to get his preferred targets in.

In the end, United clinched late deals for Radamel Falcao on loan and Ander Herrera from La Liga having brought in the likes of Angel Di Maria, Marcos Rojo, Daley Blind and Luke Shaw too.

It was a lot of business, but as has been borne out this season, there does not seem to be an overarching tactical approach from Manchester United - despite Van Gaal’s philosophy rhetoric.

It would be excellent news for Manchester United fans then, if it’s indeed true that the club have already signed up three players for next season.

You would think their appeal would hinge on Champions League qualification for next season, although they did manage to secure top tier targets like Di Maria and Falcao last summer without it.

Many people will speculate as to who the three players could be, with talk today that winger Memphis Depay could be one of the first ones in.

Who do you think the three players could be?

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