With a massive clear out expected at Old Trafford in the summer, the club have started making plans to land in new quality signings. The red devils are set to part ways with the likes of Edinson Cavani,Jesse Lingard, Paul Pogba and Nemanja Matic.
United are set to start a new era under Dutch manager Eric Ten-Hag who has already identified his key transfer targets. According to the manager, United have to sign a new top quality striker.
This is despite the possibility of Cristiano Ronaldo remaining at the club beyond this season. Among those linked with Old Trafford move include Benfica's sensation Darwin Nunez and also Napoli's Victor Osimhen. Speculations over Nunez transfered have quietened over the past few days.
However, Manchester United fans have nothing to worry as the club makes a huge step towards Nigerian and African top striker Victor Osimhen. According to latest reports, the red devils have made an approach towards the Serie A top striker. This happens as Ten-Hag is reportedly keen in wrapping up summer signings before the preseason starts.
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