Manchester United Announce Their Third Summer Signing

Manchester United Announce Their Third Summer Signing

Grant has become the club's third summer signing after Mourinho's side completed the transfers of 19-year-old right-back Diogo Dalot from Porto, and central midfielder Fred from Shakhtar Donetsk.

The 35-year old started off his career at Derby County in 2000 and has had subsequent spells with Burnley, Oldham Athletic (on loan), Sheffield Wednesday.

Considered by many the best keeper in the world, the 27-year-old performed fantastically for his club last season, leading the Premier League in clean sheets (18).

Manchester United have signed Brazil worldwide Fred in a £52m deal from Ukrainian Premier League champions Skahtar Donetsk in the summer transfer window.

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Manchester United have completed their third summer signing after recruiting Stoke City goalkeeper Lee Grant for an undisclosed fee.

Manchester United star Eric Bailly is concerned about his future at the club and will speak to Jose Mourinho about his situation before the club's pre-season tour. Even though they have both entered the final year of their contracts, United want to get as much as they can for the pair, however, it would be hard to see us make a lot of money for the two defenders. However, his chances in the first-team are likely to be limited, with De Gea and Romero ahead in the pecking order.

However, the big story involving United on Thursday morning is that they are ready to make a move for a different kind of playmaker.

Both clubs would be happy to bring the midfielder in on the cheap and he would offer that little bit extra from both clubs coming off the bench during the Premier League season and for the sake of £12m, Shaqiri is an absolute bargain.

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