Manchester United are 'considering' an offer for Monaco striker Wissam Ben Yedder as the club ramps up their search for new attacking options.According to a Media Foot Marseille report cited by Sports Mole, United, along with fellow Premier League Wolves, are "interested" in the 31-year-old. If Cristiano Ronaldo leaves the club, the Reds may soon have to prioritize adding a new striker.
If Ronaldo leaves, there will be gaps for United to fill. They have already missed signing Darwin Nunes and Erling Haaland this summer. This means elite-level strikers are available at a premium.
Ben Yedder isn't considered to be in the same category as the duo above, but they know the way to goal. The Frenchman dazzled for AS Monaco last season, scoring 32 goals and providing 7 assists in all competitions.
The former Toulouse striker has scored 73 goals in just 124 appearances since moving from Sevilla to Monaco in 2019. He has scored 55 goals in the last two seasons.
Meanwhile, United are interested in signing high-ranking Brazilian Gabriel Veron. The news comes after a report from Sun claiming that United could secure a £10m deal for him this summer.
The winger, who currently plays for Brazil's Palmeiras, has been linked to a move to Old Trafford in the past. But United are not the only clubs watching his signature, the report said.
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