The Red Devils are short of attackers following the departure of Edinson Cavani coupled with uncertainty of Ronaldo's future at Old Trafford and therefore a perfect reason to add another attacker to Ten Hag's current front line.
However according to the Sun Football, Manchester are ahead of rivals in pursuit of Senegalese and Wartford's ace Ismail Sarr who's apparently keen on returning to premier league.
United have been termed as favorites to sign Wartford's star with an odd of 6/1 ahead of Westham who are as well monitoring his situation.
Ideally, the attacker is a good player having played in premier league last season but addition of another winger to Ten Hag's available wingers like Rashford, Jadon Sancho, Anthony Elanga and Garnacho will be in no sense.
Meanwhile, Lazio's ace Sergej Milinkovic-Savic and Alvaro Morata are on Manchester United's transfer wish list in an attempt to bolister their midfield and attacking departments respectively.
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