Should Louis van Gaal continue his pursuit of Arturo Vidal - or would the likes of Kevin Strootman, Angel Di Maria or Marco Reus be a better option?
With Juventus refusing to let Arturo Vidal leave, Manchester United's transfer plans could be heading in a new direction.
Louis van Gaal isn't short of options and the Dutchman is keen on a move for Roma’s Kevin Strootman, and is even prepared to wait until January as the 24-year-old continues his recovery from a knee injury.
United have targeted Portugal midfielder William Carvalho and while Sporting have admitted they would be prepared to let the 22-year-old go, the club’s president Bruno de Carvalho claimed earlier this month that they have not received a bid for the player.
PSV’s Memphis Depay impressed during Netherlands’ World Cup campaign and the winger remains on United’s radar, though Van Gaal has told the 20-year-old to remain in the Eredivisie for another season.
Real Madrid are open to selling Angel Di Maria this summer, with both Manchester United and Paris Saint-Germain considering a move for the Argentina international.
Also on United’s radar is Everton’s James McCarthy but as exclusively revealed by Goal, Van Gaal will face competition from Tottenham for the 23-year-old.
Reports in Germany on Tuesday claimed that Marco Reus has rejected a contract renewal with Borussia Dortmund, and the player's agent claims that major European teams are monitoring the Germany international.
But who do you think United should make their priority target?
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