Premier League giants Manchester United are no doubt in the market for a new striker who could lead their forward line next season after several struggles infront of the goal in the current campaign and hence, reports suggest that they are plotting a move to sign Paris Saint-Germain super star Mauro Icardi in a potential sensational transfer deal.
According to reports from Gazzetta dello Sport (via TEAMtalk), the Red Devils are pondering on a move to sign Icardi at the end of the season with the Argentine having 'mixed' spell at the Parc des Princess. Moreover, the Ligue 1 Champions are said to be open to sanctioning a transfer with them demanding a fee close to €40million.
Mauro Icardi joined Paris Saint-Germain back in the summer of 2019 from Serie A side Inter Milan on a season-long loan, before making the move permanent last summer following a fallout with the club's top brass and he has since gone to chip in 30 goals in 70 appearances for the Mauricio Pochettihno's side. Hence, United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer sees him as the perfect player to lead his striking force next season.
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