Premier League giants, Manchester United seems to have dropped a massive hint regarding a potential transfer of star player and Holland international, Cody Gakpo to the Theatre of Dreams with them celebrating the PSV Eindhoven forward on their official webpage following his today's first half goal against Qatar.
Taking to their page, the Red Devils uploaded a photo of the Netherlands international celebrating the opening goal against the 2022 FIFA World Cup hosts and hence, revealing their reported obsession for the 23 year old promising star forward.
Since chipping in his first goal of the tournament against Senegal, Gakpo has now managed to dominate the headlines with several outlets linking him with Manchester United who have been closely monitoring his progress since the last summer transfer window.
Meanwhile, latest reports from Fabrizio Romano (via @UnitedStandFC) suggest that the Red Devils are already in discussion with the star striker's entourage regarding a possible move to Old Trafford in the coming January transfer window and hence, it now remains to be seen how things will turn out in the end.
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