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Former Liverpool defender Jose Enrique has questioned the club’s lack of transfer activity, concerned the club have been left behind the likes of their arch-rivals.
The Reds moved quickly to agree a deal to sign Ibrahima Konate from RB Leipzig back in May but he remains their only major signing the summer.
The club have also lost influential midfielderin that time and while there is still time for more additions before the transfer window closes, their rivals have already been busy.
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Solskjaer very keen to sign 79-cap internationalIt has recently been reported that the Red Devils have been given permission to speak to Varane, and the 28-year-old is keen on moving to Old Trafford this summer, with it being claimed that he is ready to accept a contract offer from the 13-time Premier League champions.
United have been hailed for moving decisively this summer withfinally brought to Old Trafford in a deal worth £73m.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side have also agreed a deal to sign Raphael Varane from Real Madrid in a move that could provide a huge boost to United’s title prospects next season.
Having watched United sign one of Real Madrid’s most important players, Enrique has accused Liverpool’s owners of standing still in the transfer market, having not shown the same ambition since the signings of Virgil van Dijk and Alisson.
‘I am concerned with Liverpool’s lack of business in the transfer window so far, the problem with the owners is that we’ve had to sell before buying players in the past – and that seems to still be the case,’ Enrique wrote in his column for
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The Red Devils look set to land the France international this summer as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer makes it his priority to sign another centre-back to play alongside Harry Maguire next season. Varane has reportedly agreed a deal ‘in principle’ to join Man Utd but the Premier League club still have to agree a fee with Real Madrid. Gossip: Kane move to Man City ‘agreed’, Pogba and Varane latest The 28-year-old is keen on a move to Old Trafford as he wants a Premier League experience to add to his Champions League and La Liga titles with Real.
‘The only reason we have players like Alisson and van Dijk is because we sold Philippe Coutinho. Without that, we wouldn’t have these players and probably the titles they helped us win.
‘I believe the signing of Konate was great and it was for the right money, but sometimes you have to go out and spend the big money on the big players.
‘Before Alisson and van Dijk arrived, we were contenders to win titles and after they signed, we actually won one. So these kind of players are needed.
‘Why can Manchester United go to Real Madrid and sign one of their best players in Raphael Varane and we can’t?’
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Arsenal legend insists Varane, Maguire will form ‘excellent duo’ .
"He is now a player of great experience. I see him well paired with Maguire, they will form an excellent duo."Man United have been busy in the transfer market this summer. Firstly they secured the services of long-term target Jadon Sancho for a fee of around £73m.