Eric ten Hag Manchester United will have to make a move in the winter transfer window in order to sign a striker. This has been brought about by the club decision to terminate the Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo's contract on a mutual Consent.
This has left the Manchester United attack very light of options for the manager. United have been long linked with a move for the Holland and PSV striker Cody Gakpo.
Apart from Gakpo, United also have other options to look into. One player who has been linked with amove to the theatre of dreams is the Portuguese youngster Joao Felix.
Felix made a move from Benfica to Atletico Madrid three and a half years ago. Since his big money move to the club, he has not been able to repay his huge transfer fee as he has only managed to score just 36 goals for the club.
It was reported that Atletico Madrid were ready to listen for offers for the striker in the January transfer window either on loan or on a permanent basis.
Felix has also been advised by former Atletico Madrid and Manchester United striker Diego Forlan to leave the club and move to another club in order to Kickstart his stalles development.
This could be a huge boost for Manchester United who will be in the market to buy another striker following Ronaldo's departure.
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