Top three Manchester United transfer targets

Here are three possible Manchester United transfer targets that boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could bring into the club.

Last summer Manchester United failed to replace Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez, with Solskjaer refusing to bend his belief of short term fixes will not solve the clubs problems.

The lack of signing a forward has undeniably caused frustration with the fans and the club’s attacking prowess. With just 13 league goals in 11 matches and the club expected to make at least one signing in January, here are three options that could bolster Manchester United’s dire attacking situation. 

James Maddison:

Since joining Leicester in 2019 James Maddison has been nothing but a star. He would slot in at the number ten role, overtaking an underwhelming Jesse Lingard. Maddison is a young tenacious player who creates constant goal-scoring chances for his team and himself. 

Maddison so far in the 19/20 season has scored 3 goals and assisted 2. A young tenacious player who creates chances not only for his team but himself was once a boyhood fan of Manchester United could be tempted for a move given his affection for the club. 


Erling Braut Håland:

The Red Bull Salzburg striker has emerged on everyone’s radar after a hot streak of goals in the Champions League. Seen as the most important area to invest in, Haaland fits Ole’s long term project and will offer countless opportunities in front of goal. 

Ferran Torres

Valencia CF golden boy who is seen as the next big thing in Spanish football, Ferran Tores could be the piece in the puzzle to solve Manchester United’s right-wing situation. A young hungry Spaniard who has the skills and flair to resurrect the right-wing position that has been vacant for some time. 

Torres was Spain’s hero in the European Under-19 Championship final as his brace secured silverware for La Rojita in a 2-0 win over Portugal.



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