While the Wan-Bissaka fee has received mixed responses, all that matters is that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has signed a top prospect that will improve his team and someone Manchester United fans can get excited about.
Next United chiefs will have to think about centre-back considering they’ve been in need of strengthening the position for nearly a year.
The £50m paid to Crystal Palace is likely to have taken up a large part of United’s budget so they will need to use remaining funds wisely.
So who should Woodward and co be lining up next once the club unveil their new right-back?
The obvious choice would be Maguire, but a deal won’t be easy given Leicester’s valuation of the star.
Not only that, but Manchester City are also keen on the England international.
It’s highly unlikely United are going to meet the £70m price tag, meaning they could be tempted to try their luck elsewhere.
Leicester’s resolve in negotiations will prove key here, and whether they’re willing to reduce their asking price.
If United fail to land Maguire, attentions should turn back to Diop.
The Frenchman will cost nowhere near as much and no other clubs are in for the West Ham man which will stop fears of a bidding war.
United have reportedly already tabled a player-plus cash offer for the 22-year-old which was turned away.
Diop has already shown he has what it takes to be a top defender in the Premier League and at 22 years old, he has plenty of room for development.
James Maddison is destined to be a regular England international who is more than capable of making the step up to the top six.
It feels as if he’s already been playing in the Premier League for an eternity after making the step up from the Championship look like a walk in the park.
His dead-ball expertise is hard to come by and United have lacked quality in this area for quite some time.
Young, English and hungry to learn, he fits Solskjaer’s plans like a glove.
Like Maguire, Fernandes is a name that continues to be stapled to United.
However the Portuguese midfielder has leadership qualities that would make a real difference to the squad’s ranks.
Not only that, but Fernandes has a clear winning mentally having won two Taca de Ligas, one Taca de Portugal and the Nations League all in the space of just over a year.
His arrival would help rejuvenate their midfield, providing creative quality that will only help the front three become more efficient in front of goal.