Manchester United are sat in 12th place after their opening four games of the new Premier League season.
The first transfer window under Erik ten Hag is drawing to a close and he has made Antony from Ajax his latest summer arrival.
The 22-year-old has penned a five-year contract running until 2027.
But that is not expected to be the last business of the window. Here are the latest reports surrounding the Red Devils.
United have included a buy-back clause in James Garner’s permanent switch to Everton.
The midfielder spent the past campaign on loan at Nottingham Forest and helped the Reds gain promotion to the Premier League.
According to reporter Fabrizio Romano, terms are now fully ‘agreed’ and he will be heading to Goodison Park on a deal until June 2027 (see below):
Goalkeeper to stay
Goalkeeper Matej Kovar will reportedly be staying at Old Trafford until January at least, despite interest from the Football League.
The youngster was loaned to Swindon Town last term to get some first-team football under his belt.
As per a report by the Daily Mail, Salford City and Sunderland have been keen on him but he will now stay with Ten Hag’s squad.
Winger to leave
Tahith Chong is apparently being sold to Birmingham City on a permanent basis.
The winger spent last season on loan with the Championship side and was a hit with the Midlands outfit.
BBC Sport claim United have now ‘agreed’ to sell the academy graduate.