It's no new news that Manchester United will be venturing into the summer transfer window when the season ends, with the main aim of signing a striker to add more firepower upfront. The Red Devils are no doubt a rejuvenated team under Dutch manager Erik Ten Hag, with the Old Trafford outfit winning their first trophy in six years.
The Carabao Cup was a stepping stone for other trophies as they also advanced to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup after producing an impressive comeback to beat West Ham United 3-1 at the Theatre of Dreams.
However, United may need more signings to reach the level of Manchester City and Arsenal, but Ten Hag has channeled the team in the direction that will return them to their glory days. Apart from a striker Manchester United wants a box-to-box midfielder who will complement Casemiro's effort in the middle of the park.
Frenkie De Jong has once again been shortlisted despite the Dutchman making known that he wants to stay in Catalonia. Although he could change his mind after La Liga instructed Barcelona to cut down their salary, with De Jong their highest earner.
Victor Osimhen alongside Tottenham Hotspur Harry Kane has been mentioned to switch to the Theatre of Dreams in the summer, but as of today, the Nigerian striker is a fan favorite due to his age and development level. Let's see how the team could line up with Victor and De Jong if they sign them next summer.
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