Following a rough season start, Erik ten Hag quickly brought Manchester United reserve team in form smoothly. And the year opening transfer window seemingly got him excited. As the manager is currently looking to include some more youth into the team.
In a recent interview, the former Man Utd player showed some interest to signing a striker in the team. “We are looking for offensive players,” said Hag.” We are always in the market but it has to match the sporting criteria – also the financial criteria. We do what we can to bring in the players we need,” he added. With the recent reliance over Marcus Rashford, the red devils are undoubtedly in need of a new no.9.
Arsenal have just made a second bid for the Ukrainian winger Mykhailo Mudryk. After a transfer rejection from Camp Nou midfielder Franck Kessie, they are desperate to get their hand on the Shakhtar Donetsk winger. As the club upped the bid near £62million.
Gunners are reportedly also looking for a way to obtain the Montpellier striker Elye Wahi. According to a report, they have been keeping track of the French professional for the past few months. Although, a transfer deal in the January window is still very unlikely. The France U19 member’s current market value is around £26.5million.
The Belgian striker, Romelu Lukaku just confirmed his wish for a permanent transfer at Inter. Following his loan transfer at the Black and Blues for €8 million on summer, he quickly became accustomed to the new team. Additionally, Lukaku’s recent issues with the former manager Thomas Tuchel played a part in the decision too. The player is speaking with Chelsea via his agents to solidify his transfer deal back to Inter.
According to recent reports, next season’s Premier League might see Cristiano Ronaldo’s glorious return in the English turf. However, this return heavily depends on Newcastle’s qualification in the next season. The Portuguese just made a two year deal with the Saudi Arabian club, Al Nassr. However, due to a deal clause, he isn’t required to play at the Saudi Pro League in the upcoming season. If Newcastle qualifies for the next season’s Premier League, Ronaldo will be allowed to join the Magpies to play at the top level of European football.