Manchester United is considering strengthening its striking position in the next transfer window. Manchester United's striking form has been poor though they completed the signing of Christian Ronaldo and Jadon Sancho.
The Red Devils are likely to miss out on signing its next transfer target as Manchester City is reporting to have 'schedule Erling Haaland transfer meeting' to win a dispute over the £64 million release clause. The hunt to sign Erling Haaland from Borussia Dortmund is heating up, but Manchester City is adamant about landing the 'goal machine'.
The Times reports that City will meet with Haaland's agent, Raiola, around the turn of the year to explore a possible transaction.
Both Raiola and Haaland senior spoke with officials from Barcelona and Real Madrid earlier this year, with the latter being in a stronger position to compete with City this summer.
Edinson Cavani is poised to return to South America when his contract expires at the end of the season, thus Manchester United might join the fray.
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