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Manchester United should sign Southampton’s Romeo Lavia, Leeds United’s Tyler Adams or Everton’s Amadou Onana

Manchester United are playing in the Champions League next season and will need to make quality additions to their squad this summer.

Manager Erik ten Hag wants a striker, but the Dutchman also needs midfield reinforcements to bolster his squad depth.

Top players come at a price, but the Red Devils could snap up one for a decent fee in the coming weeks.

Two more clubs will join Southampton in the Championship on Sunday, and Man United will be keeping an eye on the games.

Leeds United, Everton and Leicester City are all fighting to stay up, and failure to survive will give the Red Devils the chance to sign one of the best midfielders in the Premier League.

Tyler Adams, Romeo Lavia and Amadou Onana are expected to leave Leeds, Southampton and Everton, respectively.

Despite the rivalry between the Whites and Man United, Ten Hag should not hesitate to sign Adams if the Yorkshire club go down.

The 24-year-old has been a key player for Leeds, and it is not a surprise they have struggled since he got injured in March.

The Elland Road club have won just two of their last 11 league games in Adams’ absence.

Man United could do with such a solid midfielder in their ranks, and the chance to play in the Champions League will appeal to the former RB Leipzig star.

Lavia is attracting interest ahead of the transfer window after enhancing his reputation despite Southampton’s relegation.

The 19-year-old Belgium international joined the Saints last summer after leaving Manchester City for £10 million.

Chelsea immediately offered Southampton around £50m to snap him up, and Lavia has gone to show why the Blues made such a move.

He has been one the best holding midfielders in the league, and Man United need such a talented youngster.

Onana is another player the Old Trafford club should be keeping an eye on ahead of Sunday.

The Belgian has impressed in the Everton colours this term and will not be short of suitors if the Toffees go down.

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