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With Cristiano Ronaldo's future uncertain beyond the winter transfer window, a number of top strikers have been linked with a move to Old Trafford. Tammy Abraham of AS Roma is one of those being linked with Manchester United. The United hierarchy appears to believe Abraham is the ideal replacement for Cristiano Ronaldo. To land the former Blue, United would have to act quickly, as Tottenham is also interested.
AC Milan goalkeeper Mike Maignan, according to Four Four TWO, could be De Gea's heir. De Gea's time at Manchester United could be drawing to a close. The Spaniard's contract at Old Trafford expires next summer, and there's a sense that his style of play isn't what Ten Hag is looking for in his goalkeeper. Ten Hag prefers a sweeper keeper who can play from the back, which De Gea is not.
"United are ready to make a push for the former Lille custodian, who Ten Hag believes could be the answer between the sticks," writes FFT. Maignan is an excellent fit because he can play the ball with his feet while also making saves and blocks.
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