Manchester United have qualified for next season’s Champions League after a win at Leicester.
While there were nine various permutations of results on the final day which could have applied to United, we made it straightforward by winning the game.
A third place finish sounds pretty good considering the ups and downs of this rollercoaster campaign.
Now we have unlocked the door to a brighter future, financially, and both on the pitch.
Transfer window set to open
United can expect to be busy in the upcoming transfer window now, and there is no time to waste.
There has been ongoing speculation over the past few months over Borussia Dortmund winger Jadon Sancho.
These reports have grown in volume over the past few weeks, and The Independent reported it was a deal which was dependent on United qualifying for the Champions League.
Now we have done that, there is an expectation United will push on now and attempt to secure Sancho’s signature.
Here is a look at several of the comments in reaction to United’s 2-0 win…
Expect plenty of speculation
United will have had scenarios for this summer’s window for if we qualified for the Champions League, and if we did not.
Now we have made it, United have no excuse not to pay up for the club’s top summer transfer target.
Even if it does not happen in the next few days, United should prioritise this one because the rest of the transfers will be budgeted around this.
United are more attractive to Sancho now as we can offer Champions League football for him next season, unlike last summer. Now let’s go and get it done.
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