Manchester United are looking forward to seeking high profile set of striker to join the club this winter especially after they lost Cristiano Ronaldo to Al Nasser. The red's have Rashford, Martial and Elanga who can play in such position but Erik ten Hag will prefer a more squad depth.
According to Daily Mail report red devils have seen their £2.5m bid accepted by Besiktas for a temporary move for the striker in demand Wout Weghorst. The publication claim that the latter is still at the Turkey side until his parent club finds a replacement for the striker.
He was on loan from Burnely side and he scored one goal in his time at the club before moving to the Besiktas side previously. A move which helped him regain his form as he impressed at the Qatar World Cup tournament last month.
Which made Erik ten Hag make a call to the player regarding a move to joining United as per same report, he represented the Holland side in the just concluded tournament in Qatar which Argentina lifted the trophy.
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