Manchester United need four more signings even after Jadon Sancho deal, insists Paul Ince

Sancho to join up with United after the Euros (Picture: Getty)

Manchester United still need as many as four new players – even after signing Jadon Sancho – according to former midfielder Paul Ince.

United have a deal in place to sign the England international from Borussia Dortmund in a deal worth £73m.

Since getting the deal over the line, United have now shifted their focus to Raphael Varane, who has just one year left on his contract with Real Madrid and is now said to be favouring a move to Old Trafford.

Reports also suggest United are prepared to make an opening offer for Rennes sensation Eduardo Camavinga with the club seemingly intent on making further additions to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.

But Ince says the club should also be in the market for another centre forward despite Edinson Cavani signing on for another year at the club.

Ince believes United still have plenty of work still to do (Picture: Getty)

‘Manchester United still need three or four more quality signings to be title contenders,’ Ince told Paddy Power.

‘It’s great that Edinson Cavani’s signed for another year, but he won’t play every game at his age, even if he wants to – they need a centre forward.

‘They need another centre back and a world-class central midfielder, and they must be top players.

‘United’s recruitment in recent years has been poor. They spent £40million on Donny van de Beek, who’s hardly played, it doesn’t make sense.

‘It’s about time United got their player recruitment right. They want attacking football and signing Sancho is the excitement going forward that they’ve been longing for.’

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