Among them of course is new singing Fred, a former Shakhtar Donetsk midfielder who signed a five year contract with the Reds at the beginning of the week and forced his way into Tite's plans for the World Cup in Russian Federation this summer before coming off the bench in his team's 2-0 friendly victory against Croatia at Anfield on Sunday. "If I was a club manager, I would be looking to sign him".
Fred joined Shakhtar from Brazilian side Internacional in 2013.
And in Fred he is getting a pocket dynamo - a stocky, left-footed box-to-box midfielder who can do a bit of everything, tackle, score, create and run.
Sergej Milinkovic-Savic has added to Manchester United fans' excitement today after reacting to Fred's £52m transfer on social media.
Fred's career has not been without controversy however.
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Brazil coach Tite had said he wanted his players' domestic futures sorted before the tournament in Russian Federation, which starts on 14 June.
He was at the centre of controversy in 2015 after testing positive for the the diuretic hydrochlorothiazide during the Copa America in Chile, and was banned for a year as a result.
Manchester United are also expected to announce the signing of 19-year-old Porto defender Diego Dalot soon.
The suspension only applied to games sanctioned by South American football federation Conmebol.
And the Red Devils are now said to be considering a bid in the region of £75m-100m to bring the 25-year-old to Old Trafford this summer.
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