Manchester United were unbeaten in 11 games in all competitions prior to football being suspended due to a global health pandemic.
The Red Devils had seemingly improved and their last league game prior to the halt in proceedings saw them defeat Manchester City.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team had seemingly found a winning formula and were on course to qualify for the Champions League.
With that in mind, we looked at three players who United have been linked to who could take them to the next level if they are signing during the summer.
The Aston Villa trickster has been in quality form this season despite Aston Villa’s struggles.
Dean Smith’s team look destined for the drop and have been inconsistent all season during their maiden campaign back in the Premier League.
Grealish looks set to leave his boyhood club in the summer and United should move heaven and earth to sign the player.
The 24-year-old has scored nine goals and registered eight assists for the Villans and he’d be a real asset for United.
The Birmingham City starlet looks like being on the move too and his arrival at United could become a coup.
Despite his tender years, the 16-year-old has already played over 30 times for the Blues in the Championship.
The all-action midfielder can operate in a number of roles in the middle of the park and he’d be a class addition at Old Trafford.
Bellingham could cost the Red Devils £30 million but he’d represent a solid investment for the future.
United have looked pretty decent in the middle of the part just lately but the teenager would complement their plethora of talent considerably.
The Arsenal captain could emulate Robin van Persie by signing for Old Trafford and what a signing he could prove to be.
United have Marcus Rashford, Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood within their ranks but the Arsenal man does boast something a bit different.
He has 20 goals during 2019/20 but with his contract up in the summer of 2021, Arsenal could allow him to leave.
The Gunners are likely to cash in for £50 million as they look to avoid the 30-year-old leaving for free in a year’s time.
With 61 goals in 97 appearances, Aubameyang’s record at Arsenal is brilliant. The chance to sign a proven Premier League talisman shouldn’t be missed by Solskjaer.