Three African players Manchester United could turn into superstars

Manchester United are looking to the transfer market to help cure a terribly disappointing season and the possibilities are endless.
This summer United could do worse than looking to the best talents Africa has to offer.
The Premier League’s three top scorers, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah all hail from the continent.
Here is a look at three potential African players who United could sign and turn into true superstars…

Kalidou Koulibaly

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Koulibaly is already regarded as one of the best defenders around after his consistent performances for Napoli.
A move to Manchester United would take his reputation to the next level.
He is the dream signing for the Red Devils, and a partnership with Victor Lindelöf can shore up a leaky defence.
The Mirror report the Senegal star is United’s top target, but he will cost a minimum of £75 million.

Nicolas Pepe

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Ivory Coast winger Nicolas Pepe is one of Europe’s most in demand players.
He has starred for Lille this season, scoring 20 goals and providing 11 assists.

At just 23-years-old, Pepe is an emerging talent and at Old Trafford he can become a household name around the world.
United are reportedly already eyeing up a £45 million move for Pepe, The Mirror report.

Wilfried Ndidi

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How about a move for a player who is already experienced at Premier League level?
Nigeria international Wilfried Ndidi has starred for Leicester City since joining from Genk in 2017.
At only 22, Ndidi has huge potential and his all action style would make him an excellent replacement for Ander Herrera.
He played in every league game for the Foxes this past season and could become a real asset for United’s first team.

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