Manchester United FC is interested in signing a top striker from the premier so they can strengthen or beef up their squad. They are aiming at winning the premier league when next season commence.
In fact, the team is planning of selling these crop of players to raise funds to buy a striker.
According to goal.com, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to sell Juan Mata, Jesse Lingard, Phil Jones and Diogo Dalot so that he can buy a prolific striker.
The Striker Manchester United FC wants to buy
The team is planning of buying Harry Kane who is a striker for Tottenham Hotspurs. Harry Kane on Sky sports confirmed that he will be leaving Tottenham Hotspurs at the end of the season but wants to stay in the league.
Harry Kane in this season has scored 23 goals in the Premier League and assisting 14 times. He won both the top scorer and the best playmaker this season.
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Source - goal.com
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