With some big players available at the conclusion of this current campaign, Manchester United’s attacking options could be increased for free in the upcoming summer window.
With Portuguese striker, Cristiano Ronaldo set to depart the 20-time English Champions for the 2nd time, Dutch tactician, Erik Ten Hag will be short of strikers in the frontline, highlighting the Manchester based outfit need to bolster their offensive department
Although Anthony Martial, Ten Hag’s first choice, is currently not in the team due to injury, England Star, Marcus Rashford has been playing & deployed as false 9 for Ronaldo who is considered not fit enough & out of form. At the Threatre of Dreams, the latter is the lone recognised no 9 for the club.
The center striker position will be given priority in the upcoming summer since Rashford isn’t a traditional striker and Martial can’t seem to stay off the injury list.
United has long been interested in Moussa Dembele, whose existing deal with Lyon expires at the end of the current campaign.
Dembele, a natural center striker who has shone since joining Lyon from Scottish giants, Celtic in 2018, would bring a solid background to the role.
The Frenchman formerly represented the Cottagers in the English top flight, where he amassed fifteen goals for the Londoners. The 26-year-old has netted a few goals in French top division so far this season and is off to a brillant start.
The Netherlands international will almost probably depart Camp Nou in the summer since the Blaugrana now have plethora of quality attackers, The 28-year-old hasn’t embarrassed himself in Spanish La Liga and has done a good job for the Catalan outfit during his spell.
The Ex-Lyon winger will feel like he still has unfinished business at Old Trafford after a poor spell, which he would love to rectify if he eventually secures a move.
The highly-rated striker would return with more experience as a player and as an individual.
Youssoufa Moukoko, a talented young German player for Dortmund, would be the last choice.
Moukoko is only 17 years old, yet his potential already seems boundless. Pacy, powerful with goal sense, Moukoko is considered one of Germany’s most promising young players.
He has the potential to provide the English heavyweights a solution to their glaring issue for the next ten years and more, his current deal will expire next summer.