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Manchester United: Fans react to midfield transfer links

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Manchester United have been linked with a move for Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips.

The Red Devils have also been linked with Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham and RB Leipzig’s Amadou Haidara, which unsurprisingly has had plenty of fans talking on social media.

According to sources close to ESPN, Ralf Rangnick identified United’s midfield as an area of weakness during his Old Trafford interview.

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The 63-year-old told the club that scouts should take a closer look at Phillips, Bellingham and Haidara, with striker Erling Haaland also a name which was brought up by the interim manager when talking about possible signings.

United have just five senior midfielders on the books at this moment in time who are capable of playing in a defensive or central role, one of whom is Paul Pogba, who is currently out injured.

United fans react

Well-known Twitter feed @utdreport shared the links to Phillips, Bellingham and Haidara on Twitter on Friday evening.

Here is what these United fans had to say in reply, with various supporters singing the praises of all three.

“This is the time to let Pogs go and go ALL OUT for Bellingham!”

Credit: @JohnsonAkiel

“Kalvin Phillips is literally what we need”

Credit: @realistfootyops

“Imagine if we get Jude”

Credit: @rondooo_r

“I’ve been begging for Kalvin Phillips! Ralf sabi!”

Credit: @Shubzy_S

“Get Jude in my club ASAP, that boy is going straight to the top”

Credit: @saviopauul

“I want Haidara. Solid passer of the ball, can dribble, can play under pressure and he’s box to box”

Credit: @Bishop_kanny

In other news: ‘Swap with Rashford’ – Many MUFC fans erupt as move for ‘unreal’ star emerges. 

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