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Heavily rumored transfer target found glued to his TV set as Manchester United beat City at Old Trafford

Manchester United have had a prominent start to the second half of the season and continue to be on a roll with a ten match unbeaten streak, demonstrating some of the finest performances the club has seen this season.

The fans can be grateful of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who seems to have turned the tide for the United side, who were struggling quite a bit during the first half of the season.

However, even with their sluggish form, Manchester United still managed to churn out some decent results against some of the strongest sides as the draw against Liverpool and wins against the likes of Chelsea and Leicester City comes to mind.

This paradoxical nature of the club adds some extra spice of entertainment to the big Premier League clashes, gathering some of the most avid viewers around the globe.

But their exploits against Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City caught the attention of one of the most heavily-rumored transfer targets for next season – Jack Grealish.

At first glance, there doesn’t seem to be anything out of the ordinary with the player seemingly enjoying some good dosage of football entertainment.

However, the fact that the Aston Villa star is heavily linked with a move to the Red Devils provides some additional zest to the story.

The United boss mentioned after the derby win, “we know we lack one, two or three players and some experience, to be considered a title contender” and the manager seem to have already identified Grealish, Maddison and Sancho as one requirements for the summer, according to the reports.

The United fans are hot on the heels of the recent developments, especially after Dybala was caught with a similar escapade in his girlfriend’s TikTok video, a little more than a week ago.

Having steadied the ship at Manchester, Solskjaer would hope to have a few more stars up his rank going into the next season as a busy summer transfer window awaits the Red Devils.

By Prabhat Vaibhav

A Bavarian through and through.
Always appreciate quality football, wherever it may come from.
Premier League and Bundesliga are my jam.

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