Manchester United are looking to move on to other transfer targets after completing the transfer of defender AaronWan-Bissaka from Crystal Palace.

The Red Devils are thought to be eyeing a move for the English duo of Sean Longstaff and James Maddison. It is reported that United are weighing up bids for both players as they look to continue their summer spree.

James Maddison is seen by the club as a potential replacement for Paul Pogba. The French international has been linked to Real Madrid and Juventus and recently revealed that he is open to a new challenge.

Maddison emerged as one of the best signings of the previous campaign. Signed from Norwich last summer the England u21 international formed a superb partnership with Jamie Vardy and showed creativity in his game.

It is understood that Leicester wants £60 million as a transfer fee for the player.

His teammate Harry Maguire has also been linked to the club and there are talks of a potential transfer for the former Hull City ace.

Maguire is considered as one of the best drfenders in the league and Manchester United are weighing up a bid for the defender. Lweicester are thought to be looking for a transfer fee of £90 million.

The Foxes have already began talks with Brighton for Ifreland international Shane Duffy as a potential replacement for Maguire.

Meanwhile, Sean Longstaff is seen as a long-term signing for the Red Devils. According to the Times, Longstaff has been monitored by the club who are interested in signing the youngster.

The central midfielder is valued at £25 million by Newcastle and is currently sidelined due to injury after suffering a knee injury towards last season.

It appears that Manchester United are changing their transfer policy as the club has been linked to a core of British players in recent weeks.