Player can move to Man United for ‘good offer’ after Red Devils made summer approach

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Over the course of the summer, Manchester United were looking for a new striker, as Cristiano Ronaldo was allegedly looking for a way out.

The Portuguese star was never sold, and remained at Old Trafford, which led to growing frustration from his end when he was used sparingly by Erik ten Hag.

The forward has since aired his grievances in an interview with Piers Morgan, which has made his position at Manchester United near untenable, with the Premier League club looking at ways of terminating his contract and more.

While summer targets such as Marko Arnautovic are unlikely to be on the agenda in January, one might be in Matheus Cunha, currently out of the picture at Atlético Madrid

Marca look at some of the players the La Liga side could offload, and mention both Félix and Matheus Cunha as the most likely candidates to be offered around to get some money in.

When it comes to the Brazilian, they explain he ‘has not fully exploded’ in Spain, and he is in a new low after being left out by Tite for his World Cup squad.

It’s then recalled that Manchester United ‘already tried to sign last summer’, and he is now ‘one of the clearest sales’ for Atlético ‘if a good offer arrives’.

Now we just have to wait and see if the Red Devils and Ten Hag return for him in the coming months.

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