This season, Manchester United is regressing; their performances have been mediocre, and there is chaos at Old Trafford.
After losing Friday night once again, the Red Devils are currently 10th in the Premier League and are at the bottom of their Champions League group.
Erik ten Hag must make improvements in several sectors, but first and foremost, he needs to resolve the defensive dilemma.
Once more, attention is drawn to Goncalo Inacio’s name. The Portuguese international has piqued the eye of the 20-time English champions for some time, even during the most recent summer transfer window.
The 22-year-old center back did, however, wind up agreeing to a new contract with the Lions that includes a £52 million (60 million euro) release clause.\
Man Utd is reportedly increasing its efforts to eventually sign Inacio in the January transfer window, with Lisandro Martinez sidelined due to injury.
The Sun claims that United scouts are continuously keeping an eye on the defender, who has several significant domestic championships with Sporting CP.
The well-known British media publication reported that Man Utd is willing to pay the £52 million needed to trigger Inacio’s release clause.
The Seleccao star has started every game in seven games for the Lisbon team, who are presently leading the Liga Nos table with the greatest defensive record.
Do you think Man Utd should have paid £52 million to recruit Goncalo Inacio in January?