Before the end of FIFA 2022 World cup at Qatar,many clubs are monitoring their new targets as transfer window set to be opened on January 2023. Majority of players shines during international matches and they may end up getting new clubs come on January.
Manchester united have left with Antony Martial as their main forward after Ronaldo's contract were terminated on a mutual benefits.
Manchester United need a new striker . After CR7 fallout with coach Erik ten Hag and an explosive interview with Piers Morgan, United parted ways with the 37-year-old forward. This leaves a spot in the squad for another forward.
During Portugal match against Switzerland, CR7 was benched due to indiscipline cases and Benfica striker Goncalo Ramos replaced him securing his first hat trick on world cup.
After his impressive performance,he has been linked with Manchester united come on January and Ten Hag will be looking to bring him to Old Trafford. We hopefully.
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