The Blues got off to a good start to the season this weekend with his 1-0 victory over Goodison his Park.
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Three of the five signings have been there in one form or another since the beginning, along with Raheem Sterling and Kalidou Koulibaly,
with Marc Kukurella making his £63m transfer fee from Brighton No. I got off the bench a few minutes after it was confirmed in time for the festival.
But spending won't stop anytime soon. Both Ian Wright and Alan Shearer have identified the forward position as a top priority in Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's transfer talks.
Whether or not the number 9 is his second on the priority list remains to be seen, as the midfield area is also an interesting position, especially given the high interest of De Hen Yong.
The latest signs suggest the 25-year-old are poised to go 'big' in order to persuade the 25-year-old to leave the Camp He Nou this summer.
It was Some Spanish media outlets have suggested that next week could see significant progress on that deal, but in Tuchel's words, that may not be the case.
After the win at Everton, the German hinted to his Sky Sports that Fofana and Aubameyang could be on the high priority list at the moment,
giving Manchester United new hope and a move to Barcelona. would increase the likelihood of unwanted stays.
"Yes, if we can add it, we may not necessarily have to be a midfielder as a first option, but we are open to anything," Tuchel said via The Mirror after the match.
"I think with new energy, new legs and fresh input, we can take us to a new level. If not, I will push this team,
but I think they could use a little more input and quality. It's our turn next, but I'm not going to tell you [who]. ”
Many pundits, including Gerard Romero, Paul Hurst and former Premier League manager Harry Redknapp, have taken Man United out of the equation,
But this comment from Tuchel has given the Red Devils a second chance. I was able to give them an incentive to try.I gave up after the transfer market opened.