Manchester United Makes January Transfer U-turn As New Plan to Sign Striker Emerges


Manchester United are still active in the January transfer window.

After the arrival of Wut Wegirst at Old Trafford, many expected United to complete their business in the winter window.

A lack of funds and a shortage of cash amid rampant debt and an imminent takeover led to Eric ten Hag needing to spend more on supplements.

However, the United boss did not hide his desire to strengthen the squad and said that the club would welcome any opportunity that presented itself.

According to The Mail, United are privately sticking to their position that it’s all over in the market. Nevertheless, they are firmly hunting for the acquisition of an attacking character.

The Mail reports: “Manchester United are still looking for another striker on loan, despite the fact that Woot Weghorst was already on loan from championship club Burnley during the January transfer window.”

“There is no confirmed interest and the club maintains its position to terminate the business, although Sportsmail believes they are still looking.”

“The deal will only be viable if it is a loan deal with a small commission.”

The club leaders have little time left to bring in an additional squad to help strengthen Ten Haga’s team.

There is less than a week left before the transfer window closes.

The Red Devils have been linked to several names at the forward position. It is said that Harry Kane, Viktor Osimhen and Benjamin Sesko are at the top of the coach’s wish list.

It is unlikely that a deal on any of the options will take place in the remaining days. All will require significant transfer fees and weeks of negotiations to conclude a deal.


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