Man United “in the front row” for unhappy€81million star striker

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On Thursday, Manchester United won again, and on Sunday, when they host Southampton, they will want to resume their winning ways in the Premier League.

Among clubs in the top five leagues in Europe, United have won the most games since the World Cup, but manager Erik ten Hag is aware that his team still has holes to fix.

None more so than up front, where Anthony Martial is still frequently injured and Marcus Rashford is the lone player with ten or more goals.

In need of a striker next year

The England international is significantly more skilled while playing on the flanks or on the last man’s shoulders, rather than always as a target man facing the goal.

loan agreement Even though Wout Weghorst has exerted a lot of pressure, two goals is not the best result. Prior to the upcoming season, the Red Devils must sign a top striker.

Harry Kane, the star forward for Tottenham Hotspur, and Victor Osimhen, the top scorer in Serie A, have both been mentioned, although a deal for either would probably demand record-breaking sums.

The Juventus striker Dusan Vlahovic is another player who has been mentioned in connection with a transfer to Old Trafford. After relocating to Turin, the Serbian has failed to steal the show.

The 10 goals he scored in 25 games did not excite Juventus supporters or the Italian media, especially given his €81 million price tag.

Vlahovic dissatisfied in Turin, United leading the way

Max Allegri, the coach of Juventus, is attempting to bring out the best in the Serb through individualized training and public support.

The possibility that the Serbian will eventually depart Turin for a far smaller sum is mounting, though.

“Pressing of the Premier League bigwigs continues with Manchester United in the front row, without ignoring the Real Madrid survey,” according to Calciomercato.

Vlahovic, along with Kane and Goncalo Ramos, is still on Bayern Munich’s shopping list, so keep an eye out for them.

Juventus is still hopeful that Vlahovic will turn things around and stay in Turin for the foreseeable future, or at the the least, make the club a respectable profit if they decide to sell him. According to the source, clubs are currently considering spending €60–70 million on the striker.

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