Cape Town - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar
Solskjaer is reportedly weighing up deals for Crystal Palace's Aaron
Wan-Bissaka and West Ham's Declan Rice.
The Red Devils' chief has already made inroads into a deal to bring
in 21-year-old Wales international wing-man, Daniel James, this
off-season, with personal terms believed to have been agreed.
The Swansea starlet could wrap up the switch to Old Trafford after
playing for his country in their Euro 2020 qualifiers next month and
that will free up Solskjaer to pursue other targets.
The Norwegian is keen to rebuild the failing squad at United on the
back of a disappointing sixth-placed finish last term, while also
lowering its average age in the process.
Speculation is pointing towards a swoop on Crystal Palace for
21-year-old right-back, Wan-Bissaka, and a bid for West Ham's impressive
20-year-old England international midfield man, Rice.
Neither of the players' current clubs will want to lose them, but
sizeable offers could prove too tempting while both Wan-Bissaka and Rice
would no doubt relish the chance of a move to United.