Man Utd two weeks away from Varane, Rice latest, and De Gea wants to stay

Manchester United have finally bagged Jadon Sancho, and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be hoping the English prodigy will be able to help propel United towards a Premier League title.

However, United's summer hasn't ended yet, and Ed Woodward is still in the market for a centre-half to boost United's defence, which suffered after Harry Maguire's injury.

Eduardo Camavinga and Declan Rice also remain on United's radar, as the Red Devils look to improve their midfield ahead of the new campaign.

And Daily Star Sport has rounded up all the day's transfer dealings – for the Red Devils – into one article.

Raphael Varane 'in the next two weeks'

Real Madrid's French star Raphael Varane looks set to become United's third signing of the summer, following Sancho and Tom Heaton.

And, according to ESPN, Varane will complete his move in the next two weeks: "Up to date, Real Madrid offered him a renewal contract offer that he has rejected.

"He is in talks with United. The deal should be closed around €50million in the next two weeks. Let’s see how it ends up."

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Declan Rice latest

United see West Ham United's Declan Rice as the perfect midfielder to join their ranks, according to the Manchester Evening News.

Rice has amassed a whole host of Premier League experience at a young age, and he is English – adding to the all-important home-grown quota.

However, West Ham won't let him go cheap, and United could be forced to pay a similar amount that they did for Sancho.

De Gea wants to stay

Heaton joined the Red Devils on Friday, and put pen-to-paper on a two-year deal after moving further up north from Aston Villa.

United's forgotten man, Lee Grant, also signed an extension on Friday, and that leaves Solskjaer with four first-team keepers, but – according to the Times – David De Gea is determined to fight for his shirt.

The Spaniard still has two-years left on his current deal, and he's on £375,000-per-week.

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