Manchester United has made some strides and one or two-piece away from challenging for titles and Ole Gunnar will be pushing to bolster his squad in the summer.
The side is currently fighting for the second spot in the league and qualify for the Champions League next season.
According to reports the Red Devils are willing to pay £80m to sign Atletico Madrid forward Marcos Llorente in the summer and strengthen the striking force and reduce pressure on Bruno Fernandes who is their top scorer.
Atletico Madrid is taking into consideration the deal as they see it too tempting to turn away despite the player's wanting to stay and may cash on him.
Getting his services will be a huge addition to the side which might push them to bridge the gap between their neighbour's manchester city and restore themselves to the glory days.
Ole Gunnar lack a natural central striker and has been improvising by either using Rashford or Martial on the role .
They are also interested in Haaland and are also pushing very hard to acquire his signature after failing the last summer.
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