Manchester United are currently number five in premier league standings eleven points behind league leaders Arsenal. However the club is reportedly in search of world class forward following departure of 37 year old Portuguese forward Cristiano Ronaldo.
The current strikers at the Club, Antony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Antony Elanga doesn't fully meet Club attacking forward demands currently.
According to Sky sports news, the Club is ready to bid €50 million for dutch forward Cody Gakpo. The Star forward performer exemplary great in ongoing world Cup scoring three goals in four games.
The club now needs urgent signing in January to meet this seasons goals and qualify for UEFA champions league next season. Cody Gakpo has also expressed his desire to play under United current manager and his January move seems close.
Manchester United board are now ready to make move for the young attacker this January to replace Cristiano Ronaldo who left as free agent.
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