Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and chief executive Ed Woodward are working out to strengthen the United squad some days before the official opening of the January winter transfer window.
The new transfer strategy Solskjaer and Woodward are trying to instill at the club will see young talented players join the club in a bid to continue Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's rebuild process.
Manchester United are working out to complete deals quickly to avoid to being caught out by the Brexit rule which restricts the signing of foreign under 19 players.
According to Manchester Evening News and several sports outlets, the Red Devils have already taken huge strides forward in the race to sign highly talented Ecuadorian midfielder from Independiete de Valle.
The reports claim that Manchester United have confirmed that Moises Caicedo will be joining them in a £4.3 million.
Moises Caicedo preferred a move to Manchester United as he is trying to follow the strides of fellow countryman Antonio Valencia who played for the club before he left the club.
The 19 years old player, Moises Caicedo, has already shown his prowess by impressing in the matches he has already played at
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