The obvious one.
Stones looks set to be the target of transfer rumours throughout the summer, with a host of huge European clubs interested in the young English defender.
Stones would likely cost around the £30 million mark given his poor performances this season, reducing his cost compared to last summer.
He has the experience of playing in the Premier League, and under a defensive manager like Jose Mourinho there is no doubting the fact that he would be back to his best in no time.
On top of that, he has the valued trait of being home grown; a rare commodity in top players today.
Our landlord wouldn’t be surprised if United went back in for the young English defender; but we think he should have been the first port of call for United.
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