Manchester United kicked off the transfer window by signing Mason Mount from Chelsea for £55m.
Mount’s signing was an interesting one as it was not clear where he would play for Man United or if he was even a player they really needed for such a high fee.
The Red Devils’ second signing of the window was Inter Milan goalkeeper, Andre Onana.
Manchester United completed the £47.2m signing of the shot-stopper on July 20 to replace David de Gea.
And most recently, Manchester United’s move for Rasmus Hojlund has been all but confirmed, with United set to pay €75m for the Dane, with a further €10m in potential add-ons.
The Manchester outfit do not appear to be done there, though, as according to journalist Alfredo Pedulla, Manchester United have now submitted a bid to sign Sofyan Amrabat from Fiorentina.
No potential transfer fee is mentioned in the report but as Amrabat is in the final year of his contract, Fiorentina may be forced to sell for slightly below asking price.