United's attack requires more firepower. There aren't many prolific strikers available right now. Manchester United, on the other hand, believe they have found one in RB Salzburg's prodigy, Benjamin Sesko. Last season, the 19-year-old drew a lot of attention with 12 goals and 8 assists in 39 games.
Manchester United have held and are continuing to hold significant talks with Sesko and his club , but it has emerged that United will require a big offer to secure their man.
According to Sky Sports journalist Dharmesh Sheth, United are still not comfortable with Salzburg's asking price, but this hasn't dampened their desire to complete a deal for the Slovenian international.
Salzburg wants no less than £45 million for their emerging star. With other clubs in the mix, United will have to devise an offer that will pique Salzburg's interest.
With Cavani gone, Greenwood exiled, Ronaldo's future in doubt, and Martial now out injured, United would be prudent to sign an attacker, but whether it is Sesko remains to be seen.
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