Manchester United sacked Cristiano Ronaldo following his contraversial interview where he criticized the club hierarchy and manager Ten Hag.
And plans for the new striker has put in place with the English club targeting to resign former star who flopped last time. According to Daily Mail, the Old Trafford side is planning to sign Barcelona star Memphis Depay in the January transfer window.
Report claims that Manchester United won't wait until the summer to replace Ronaldo as manager Erik Ten Hag seek for immediate solution upfront. Ten Hag isn't sure he can keep Martial fit the whole season as the French man is injury prone.
Martial has been struggling with injuries since the start of the season but his performance whenever he is fit has been great and Ten Hag believes if he can be fit, he will be one of the great players in the Premier League this term.
And ours is to wait and see how Ten Hag will solve the problem upfront in the coming transfer window as we hope things will improve for the Old Trafford side.
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