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Gary Neville reveals why Manchester United will struggle to sign Harry Maguire and Christian Eriksen

Gary Neville has warned Manchester United that they will struggle in the transfer window (Sky Sports) Gary Neville claims Manchester United are struggling to complete a deal for Harry Maguire due to the increased competition for the Leicester City centre-back. United are in the market for a new central defender but Leicester are demanding £90 million for the England international. Daniel James has been signed from Swansea City but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was keen for United to complete the majority of their business before the players report back for pre-season training at the start of July. Neville, however, believes United face a difficult task of beating their rivals to land their top targets. ‘It’s difficult to do business, it’s not easy,’ Neville told Sky Sports. Leicester City are demanding £90m for Harry Maguire (Getty Images) ‘Everyone knows Manchester United want players and price tags will go up. You’ve got to try and encourage players to come to the club. ‘Players don’t just jump to sign for any club – they do their homework and get their agents to get to work. More: ShowbizThis Morning's Alison Hammond continues to show off weight loss on Disney cruiseWest Indies hero Brian Lara admitted to hospital after suffering from chest painBody found in New York river amid search for missing YouTuber Etika ‘They probably have 50 meetings before they sign for a club nowadays. ‘Manchester United will be in the pit with the rest of the sharks looking for the big signings. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been keen for United to complete their business early (Getty Images) ‘It’s difficult for all clubs they all want the same players. They all want Harry Maguire, every single club wants him. Everybody wants Christian Eriksen. ‘Players that are being bandied about, there are four or five clubs in for them. They aren’t just going to sign for the first club, they’ll choose wisely and look at the different aspects. ‘Manchester United have got a big job to do in order to get a squad right for a championship challenge. ‘Hopefully that’ll start this summer but it’s not just bringing players in, it’s about getting some out.’ More: Manchester United FCSir Alex Ferguson names the Manchester United decision he 'regrets to this day'Man Utd & Arsenal make contact to sign Ligue 1 starReal Madrid identify Napoli playmaker as cheaper Paul Pogba alternative...

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Published By: Metro - Tuesday, 25 June







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