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Man United plan January move for Juventus striker

Thu 03 October 2019 | 12:35

Solskjaer conceded on Friday that signing a striker is his next transfer need, saying: 'We let Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku go, you don't need to be a scientific genius to see that it's a forward that next time we're going to select.

Mandzukic, who was let well enough alone for Juventus' Champions League squad and is yet to play this season, had been offered a £7m every year contract to join Al-Rayyan, nonetheless, negotiations have now halted.

Juventus had requested an £11m charge for Mandzukic in the mid-year yet the Athletic reports that they could be eager to enable the Croatian to leave to no end in January as he enters the last year and a half of his agreement.

Mandzukic has played in the three of the five major leagues in Europe, playing for Wolfsburg and Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga, Atletico Madrid in La Liga and Juventus in Serie An and is available to a transition to the Premier League straight away. 

United’s challenge for goalscoring are accentuated by the way that they have scored 19 goals less than the Premier League's leading goalscorers Manchester City until now.

Solskjaer conceded on Friday that signing a striker is his next transfer need, saying: 'We let Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku go, you don't need to be a scientific genius to see that it's a forward that next time we're going to select – we're searching for some innovativeness and goals.'

As indicated by what has been accounted for by Sky Sport in England, Manchester United are taking a gander at all potential players to sign to strengthen their attack in January. 


source: SportMob