Jose Mourinho has been urged to re-sign Burnley ace Michael Keane in the summer.
Manchester United let the defender leave for just £2.5million in 2015 when Louis van Gaal was in charge.
Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City are all watching Keane’s progress closely.
But former United academy coach Paul McGuinness reckons the Red Devils should look to take Keane back to Old Trafford as he is better than Mats Hummels.
“He's quicker, better in the air and decent with his feet. He's not as experienced as Hummels but he knows the club, he's a United player really in that sense, so he'd tick a lot of boxes,” McGuinness said.
“He has the potential to be a really top player. He's smoother on the ball or at least as good as the central defenders United have at the moment, so of course he could [be successful].”
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Is this how Manchester United could look with Antoine Griezmann
Michael Keane left Manchester United two years ago
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Manchester United are hoping to close out an £86m deal for Antoine Griezmann
His potential and actual quality, he can change his game and can become a player that scores 20, 25 goals
United are reportedly closing in on an £86m deal for Antoine Griezmann.
Express Sport understands the Atletico Madrid striker is Mourinho’s top summer target.
The Portuguese tactician is keen to make a standout signing, especially with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Wayne Rooney’s futures both up in the air.
And the Manchester Evening News says sources have told them a deal for Griezmann is on.
It is suggested a deal is all but done.
Paul Pogba has been unfairly criticised at United.
Nemanja Vidic has backed Paul Pogba to come good for Manchester United
That is according to former Red Devils hero Nemanja Vidic.
United lavished a world-record £89m to re-sign Pogba last summer from Juventus, but he hasn’t quite lived up to the hype.
Despite his mixed fortunes, Vidic has urged United fans not to write him off too soon.
“I think the problem is the market is crazy at the moment – to buy the player you need you have to pay to crazy money,” Vidic told Beyond The Pitch.
"Paul is a great player, his ability is not to score 25 goals a season. He is about creating situations all over the field and score maybe 10 goals, 15 goals.
"His potential and actual quality, he can change his game and can become a player that scores 20, 25 goals.”