Without a doubt, Manchester United will continue to be motivated to contend for some trophies this season alongside teams like Arsenal and Manchester City.
Do keep in mind that the Old Trafford team has had a fantastic start in the 2022/2023 season and is presently holding down the fifth spot in the Premier League standings under manager Erik ten Hag.
However, it's thought that Manchester United football club is searching for the ideal successor for veteran striker Cristiano Ronaldo after his departure.
According to rumours, Manchester United has been connected with a bid for Alvaro Morata, an experienced striker for Atletico Madrid, when the transfer window opens.
The 30-year-old Spain international, who left Chelsea football club in 2020 and joined Atletico Madrid, has been a crucial part of the first-team squad.
The seasoned center-forward has already made a significant impact for both club and nation this current season, tallying 10 goals and three assists in 29 appearances across all competitions.
He is thought to have caught Manchester United's attention with his impressive goal-scoring displays, and the Red Devils are reportedly interested in signing him.
Alvaro Morata is reportedly very appealing to Manchester United, and the Red Devils are now planning to sign him when the transfer window opens in January 2023.
Erik ten Hag, the manager of Manchester United, is reportedly planning to make a move for Alvaro Morata come January in order to improve his team's scoring options.
However, it is still unclear whether the Red Devils will be able to come to a deal with Atletico Madrid and sign Alvaro Morata when the transfer window opens the following year.
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