Despite excelling under interim manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United are still on the look-out for new talent, but may face competition from Arsenal, Lyon and RB Leipzig for one target, 21-year-old defender Ben Godfrey from Norwich City, according to The Mirror.
Godfrey has been in excellent form for the Canaries and has played a major part in their charge to top spot in the Championship.
So would Godfrey be a good fit at United?
“He should steer clear of this move.
“United already have so many talented youngsters in their ranks and I doubt Godfrey would get a look-in at Old Trafford.
“Arsenal would be the best move.”
“I’m a fan of Godfrey, but I question whether Old Trafford is the best destination for him.
“Many young players have made that move over time and it hasn’t worked out.
“For the club, I can see why Godfrey is of interest, but it doesn’t feel the best fit to me. “
“I think his skill set and the way Manchester United play is suited better elsewhere.
“For Godfrey, it would be a good signing, but I think staying at Norwich would be the better decision in this particular case.
“Man Utd don’t have a permanent manager at present, and if it a new man comes in and sees his arrival at Old Trafford perplexing, his career could be over before it has begun for the young Canary.”