Manchester United are still struggling to keep hold of Ronaldo who asked to leave the club this summer as per Sunsport. Their Portuguese international is claimed to be unhappy with playing at the Old Trafford. Without Champions League football in this season as they face Europa League competition.
Meanwhile Erik ten Hag has Martial and Rashford as other two natural strikers he can use in his attacking line. But after links of United seeking the services of Marko Arnautovic from Bologna. And Adrian Rabiot from Juventus recently now another player has been linked with the Manchester United club.
According to Daily Mail via TyC Sports the red's are monitoring the situation on Mario Icardi and they could be interested in the Argentine international. They would prefer a loan deal now with an option of buying him by next summer as per same report.
However the red's fans are not happy with the links with the 29- year-old as they reacted on Twitter, "This club is trying to self destruct. "@_Prometheus in huge blow to club and Erik ten Hag.
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