Transfer window is slowly edging to deadline dat with club's and players in rush to reinforce key areas before Thursday. Manchester United however need a lethal attacking forward with Antony Martial currently unreliable due to injury concerns.
Nonetheless, Manchester United Portuguese forward is increasing growing frustrated at the Club due to lack of champions league football this season. In the last match against Liverpool he was benched as Antony Elanga made to the starting lineup.
However, Cristiano Ronaldo's agent, Jorge Mendes, is currently in talks with Napoli for loan deal of the star forward in exchange for Napoli attacker Victor Osimhen. The star Nigerian forward is currently priced at £85 million and could prove a great addition to Erik ten Hag squad.
United are seriously in search for lethal striker this summer after thier second bid for Antony reportedly rejected. Negotiations are still underway between Napoli and Jorge Mendes in bid to arrive at negotiable agreement. Victor Osimhen Old Trafford move is reportedly on the cards for the swap deal.
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