Football pundit Alan Brazil has said that he feels that Manchester United should raid Aston Villa for the trio of Tyrone Mings, Jack Grealish and John McGinn.

“They could do worse than Mings, Grealish and McGinn if they are going to spend a couple of hundred million,’ Brazil said on talkSPORT.

“If you are Ole and you go to [United executive vice-chairman] Ed Woodward that is who I would want. Do you not think those three would improve Manchester United?

“Put the three of them in United’s side and I think they finish top five. I respect Villa, but Ole should buy the three of them.”

Man United have been playing poorly for the most part this season amidst bad luck with injuries.

The Red Devils head into their weekend clash against Liverpool in 12th place on the standings.

It is quite evident that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will need to make changes to his United squad, possibly as early as next January, if he wants to take his side to new heights.

The Old Trafford club changed their transfer policy last summer as they focused on bringing in youth British talent.

The United trio of Daniel James, Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan Bissaka were roped in and the three have so far been among the best performers for the team this season.

Since Villa won promotion to the top-flight, Mings, McGinn and Grealish have also been three of their best performers.

Villa stalwart Mings was recently rewarded for his efforts with a call-up to the England team and he made his Three Lions bow during the recent 6-0 demolition of Bulgaria.

Maguire has looked solid in defence so far this season for United but lacks a solid partner as Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly tend to blow hot and cold.

Villa man Mings is one option that the Red Devils can consider recruiting if the 26-year-old continues to impress as the season progresses.

Grealish has been highly-rated for some time and he can also be considered as a potential replacement for Fred who has been an Old Trafford flop.

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