Manchester United have already reinforced their squad by signing players like Dalot and Fred this summer. Red Devils are also looking to improve their coaching staff as well.
If reports in the media are anything to go by then a key Crystal Palace man is close to joining Manchester United.
According to an exclusive report covered by London News Online, The Eagles’s academy chief Steve Higham is set to join the Old Trafford club.
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Higham is responsible for transforming the youth set-up at Crystal Palace, his work has not gone unnoticed and therefore, United have moved to lure him.
After just one and a half year at the club, he will be leaving for the Red Devils (London News Online).
Under the management of Portuguese boss Jose Mourinho, Manchester United have splashed a lot of cash and mainly focused on playing new star signings.
The arrival of Higham could help United’s produce more talented players, who would break into the first team the way of Marcus Rashford and Jesse Lingard did.