Callum Wilson and mario Mandzukic are high in the striker goals ahead of the January transfer window of Manchester United.
Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admitted the team will look to sign up a goalscorer and Sky Sports News knows they’re currently continuing to monitor Juventus’ Mandzukic along with the Wilson of Bournemouth.
After turning moves down into a club, Paris Saint-Germain and United in the summertime in Qatar, in accordance with Sky in Italy whenever the window re-opens mandzukic will soon be available.
The Croatian has only greater than two years remaining in his contract and wasn’t contained in Juventus’ Champions League group and hasn’t played yet under new boss Maurizio Sarri either.
Wilson, 27, has over three years left with his own Cherries’ deal but might fall based on United’s policy of trying to recruit high English ability – and he has scored five goals in seven Premier League matches during Bournemouth’s impressive start to the campaign.
Sky Sports News reported that Lyon’s Moussa Dembele was yet another player on United’s list as they believed replacements.
Lukaku was to Juventus as well as according to Sky in Italy in July, the Italian team and United discussed a swap deal involving Paulo Dybala – a top goal for Tottenham and a player who has only made two starts this term under Sarri.
The 4-0 triumph over Chelsea on the opening day of united is the only match where they’ve scored since April, while Anthony Martial has been outside for over a month without trauma and Marcus Rashford’s form has come in for criticism.
Solskjaer lately said:”You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know it’s a forward we’re going to try to recruit next time. We are searching for some imagination and intentions, but they [potential signings] have to be the one.
“There were strikers available [in the summer] but not the ones we wanted. We could not find the one we needed.”
Solskjaer has also been credited with an interest in Barcelona ahead Ousmane Dembele along with emerging Norweigian striker Erling Haaland in RB Salzburg, although reports elsewhere this week have connected United with RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner.

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