Manchester United head-coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will target deals to secure the services of two new forward this summer, according to reports.
The Red Devils desperate search to land a new striker on deadline day have seen them securing the services of former Watford forward Odion Ighalo who is yet to make his debut for Norwegian manager’ side.
Their somewhat scatter-gun approach has seen the likes of Dries Mertens, Silam Slimani, Salomon Rondon and Edinson Cavani all mentioned as targets on a final day of the winter transfer window.
However, with Nigerian forward only arriving on a six-month loan deal, the Red Devils seemingly have no desire, at this stage, to make the move permanent.
And that, according to ESPN, will see the Red Devils and Solskjaer target two new forward to strengthen their offensive end the place that they are struggling at the moment.
The summer departures of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez have seen the Red Devils short in the third line of the pitch with Martial, Rashford and Greenwood has been the only options for Solksjaer thus far.
However, plans are afoot to further strengthen the Red Devils attack in the long term and it’s reported the club again explore the possibility of securing the services of Edinson Cavani this summer transfer window as well as Wolves forward Raul Jimenes who has been rumoured with a switch to Old Trafford for the last two transfer window.
United are also looking at moving for RB Leipzig striker Timo Werner, who has a €60m release clause in his current deal and has been also linked with a switch to the Red Devils arch-rivals Liverpool.