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Manchester United Agrees Swoop For 3 Strikers - Transfer Latest

The Manchester United continues to work on its workforce planning for next season's Premier League, where they hope to compete for the title against Manchester City, and UEFA Champions League, where they hope to transcend. The objective is to return to the instances that stepped on with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

One of the positions that Manchester United wants to reinforce is that of center forward, because they only have Edinson Cavani to occupy that position and they need a piece that can offer solutions.



After the arrivals of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane (down), the Red Devils are targeting three forwards to bolster their offense in this summer transfer market.

The intention of the club is to find a player who can arrive as a substitute and who can fight for the title against Edinson Cavani, who won the position with a sensational season finale. Harry Kane and Erling Haaland have become impossible options, because they made a large investment to incorporate Sancho this summer.

The three strikers Manchester United wants for this summer

-Dominic Calvert-Lewin: The Everton center forward is coming off a great season and would be ready to make the leap to a great team. Calvert-Lewin stands out for his passing game and his back, traits that Solskjaer likes a lot.

-Alexander Isak: A self-sufficient profile that Solskjaer likes a lot and that can offer many solutions from the bench to Manchester United. He is young and has to continue growing individually, but by profile he fits perfectly with the Norwegian coach's way of attacking.

-Mauro Icardi: The third option. He is not very convincing to the club's board, but he is a player who dominates the area and can do a lot of damage in the Premier League. PSG wants to sell it, so its price is much lower.

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