Manchester United have continued to have problems at left-back position this campaign, but reports suggest manager Jose Mourinho could finally be set to find a long-term solution to it.
The Portuguese seemingly hasn’t been convinced over England international Luke Shaw, as the 22-year-old left back has been limited to only 16 match appearances across all competitions this term.
In turn, that has led to the former Chelsea boss deploying Ecuadorian Ashley Young at the left-back role in an unnatural department to him, albeit he has done a decent job filling in.
Nevertheless, if the club wish to take a further step up in quality and move even closer to competing for top honours, it’s an area that the Red Devils have to buy a top quality player, and as per The Sun, either Juventus left back Alex Sandro or Tottenham full back Danny Rose are being listed for the job.
Alex Sandro would seem like the surest bet, as the Brazil international has continued to play an important role in Juve’s hunt of success this term while he has gained a lot of experience at the top level now and has a proven winning mentality having lifted lot of trophy-iessl in Turin.
In contrast, 27-year-old Danny Rose, has played only 14 matches this term due to injury problems, and so he doesn’t look to be the safest alternative at this point if Manchester United are to bring in a left full-back this summer window.
Only time will tell who the United opt to sign to offer more competition in that role, but based on current form, winning track record and experience, Alex Sandro undoubtedly makes more sense for the Red Devils, albeit England international Danny Rose knows the English Premier League pretty well already which is a plus in his favour.