14 players most like to sign for the club this summer, including Callum Hudson-Odoi, Jadon Sancho and Gareth Bale

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News of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer landing the United job on a permanent basis has seen the Red Devils linked with a flurry of top players

News of Ole Gunnar Solskjær being confirmed as Manchester United’s permanent boss has led to a number of top European players being linked with a move to Old Trafford.

The Norwegian’s overhaul at the club is likely to have players clamouring to join his revolution.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka is just 2/1 to land a move to Manchester United

Gareth Bale’s time in Madrid has turned sour

Gareth Bale’s time in Madrid has turned sour

Former Spurs ace Gareth Bale, is one player who has consistently been linked with a move to the club, while Jadon Sancho has also been the subject of speculation in recent weeks.

Solskjaer has done exceptionally well with a squad which was underperforming at the end of Jose Mourinho’s tenure so many United fans will be salivating at the thought of what he can do with some big transfers.

A right-back seems a must with Antonio Valencia leaving and Ashley Young ageing, while another midfielder wouldn’t go a miss bearing in mind how poor Fred has been since his big money move to the club.

But who are the most likely transfer in at Manchester United this summer? Find out the odds below.

 


Players Under 10/1 to sign for Manchester United

Aaron Wan-Bissaka – 2/1

Gareth Bale – 2/1

Jadon Sancho – 3/1

David Brooks – 7/2

Toni Kroos – 4/1

Memphis Depay – 5/1

Mauro Icardi – 11/2

Isco – 6/1

Declan Rice – 7/1

Maxi Gomez – 7/1

Paulo Dybala – 13/2

Rafael Varane – 7/1

Phillippe Coutinho – 8/1

Callum Hudson-Odoi – 9/1

Oddschecker spokesperson George Elek: “Despite the managerial change, there is little to suggest that the club are any closer to appointing that elusive Director of Football, so there seems little reason to expect a change to the transfer strategy.

“Given that Bale would come with a massive price tag and is 29 years-old, it’s not shocking to see him top the market.”

For more specials on the transfer market head to oddschecker.com

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