Manchester United are looking forward to signing high profile set of players this winter. According to Sunsport report the red devils are looking forward to replacing axed Cristiano Ronaldo who joined Al Nasser this month after an interview which went wrong about the United side.
However Erik ten Hag has his eyes on Besiktas striker on loan from Burnely Wout Weghorst as per Sunsport report. The latter is believed to parking his things and saying his goodbyes to his teammates and friends before flying to UK for a medical test at Old Trafford.
The two clubs are believed to have agreed on a £2.65m fee until the end of the season. Weghorst has scored nine goals in this season for Turkey side in 18 appearances. But he was at the Premier League side Burnely in which he scored two goals after 20 appearances which could be tricky for red devils to sign him.
He was impressive with Holland in the Qatar World Cup in last year and that's when he made his abilities known to Erik Hag. A list of Rashford, Antony, Martial and Sancho is not enough for the red devils that's why they are adding a natural striker to help in the goal scoring duties this remaining part of the season.
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