Savage suggests three players that can lead Manchester United to title

Ex-Manchester United youth and former Wales star Robbie Savage tweeted a shortlist of players he feels would turn his old team into title favourites.

Former Leicester star Robbie Savage has proposed three big name players that could make the difference in next season's Premier League title race for Manchester United.

He tweeted the shortlist that could improve Louis van Gaal's side and make them favourites for the title next year, selecting Paris Saint-Germain's Edinson Cavani, and Real Madrid duo Raphael Varane and Gareth Bale

Considering that these three players are amongst the most highly rated in their positions in the world, moves for any of them will likely require significant transfer fees, while signing the trio could see the club break their record for spending in a single window.

However, there can be no doubting the quality they'd bring to Old Trafford.

Uruguayan Cavani has had a peculiar time at Paris Saint-Germain after joining for big money in 2013. Though he has 45 goals in his two seasons in the French capital, he has often played second fiddle to Zlatan Ibrahimovic when it comes to operating in his favourite central role, and perhaps hasn't been as integral as he would have hoped after leaving Napoli. With doubts remaining about the future of every United striker except Wayne Rooney, there is certainly scope for Van Gaal to add someone of Cavani's calibre.

Real Madrid's Varane is one of the top young centre backs in the world, and already has over 100 appearances to his name in four seasons at the Bernabeu, despite being just 21. His signing would be a wonderful addition to a United back line that still has doubts about it.

Bale is already a former Premier League star from his time at Spurs, and Van Gaal may look to act on doubts that have grown in Spanish media and Real fans about his quality. United will have no such concerns regarding the Wales international, and would surely be interested in bringing the 25-year-old back to the UK if it is an option, even if they will have to break their transfer record to do so.

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