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A round up of the players linked with a transfer to Old Trafford
Manchester United may have just won the Premier League at a canter, but that doesn't mean they won't be making additions this summer.
David Moyes has an incredible array of talent already at his disposal, but he'll want to put his own stamp on the squad and that means big names could be arriving at Old Trafford over the next couple of months.
Never short of players being linked with the club, here, we round up those rumoured to be on their to Manchester United.
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