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The summer transfer window is well underway and Man United are out to improve their squad as they prepare for a return to the Champions League.

The Red Devils were rejuvenated under Erik ten Hag last season, finishing third and winning the Carabao Cup.

However, they will want to be challenging for the Premier League title next campaign and some huge additions have already arrived, while several high-profile stars have departed.

Manchester United’s 2023 summer recruits

  • Rasmus Hojlund [Atalanta] £72m
  • Mason Mount [Chelsea] £55m
  • Andre Onana [Inter Milan] £47m
  • Jonny Evans [Leicester] Free

Keep up to date with the latest transfer news, gossip and rumours from Manchester United in talkSPORT’s live blog.

The summer transfer window is well underway and Man United are out to improve their squad as they prepare for a return to the Champions League.

The Red Devils were rejuvenated under Erik ten Hag last season, finishing third and winning the Carabao Cup.

However, they will want to be challenging for the Premier League title next campaign and some huge additions have already arrived, while several high-profile stars have departed.

Manchester United’s 2023 summer recruits

  • Rasmus Hojlund [Atalanta] £72m
  • Mason Mount [Chelsea] £55m
  • Andre Onana [Inter Milan] £47m
  • Jonny Evans [Leicester] Free

Manchester United have postponed announcing a decision on Mason Greenwood’s future until the international break.

The Red Devils player has been under an internal investigation since February when the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) dropped its case against him for attempted rape, assault, and coercive control.

The CPS concluded there was ‘no longer a realistic prospect of conviction’ after key witnesses withdrew their cooperation from the investigation. Greenwood denied all allegations.

The 21-year-old hasn’t played for the club since January 2022.

But despite expectations a decision on his future would be made by the club before the start of the new season, this may not happen now until September.

That’s according to The Athletic, who report Man United now want to explain the findings of their internal investigation with key stakeholders – including the women’s team and fan advisory board – and the timeline has been adjusted as a result.

Erik ten Hag insists Manchester United will not force Rasmus Hojlund in action before he’s ready.

Hojlund, signed for £72million over the summer, is out injured and will miss the first few weeks of the season.

Ten Hag said: “We are not in a rush.

“We know we are without him but we have a strong team and the position is covered. We don’t rush.

“It is about him being in the right level and then we have to integrate him in training and then we will bring him into the games.

“We take our time. It is not about winning in this moment, it is about winning in the long-term.”