Romano Fabrizio finally drops positive hint on Manchester United targeted “MONSTER” who has outscored Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland this season and as he already giving green light to Man UTD move.
As the January transfer window approaches, Manchester United is actively seeking new striking options to enhance their attacking prowess at Old Trafford. In the summer, the club secured the promising talent of Rasmus Hojlund from Atalanta, a move aimed at strengthening their striking lineup and alleviating the pressure on Marcus Rashford, last season’s leading goal scorer.
While the 20-year-old Dane has made an impact in the Champions League, scoring five times, he is yet to find the back of the net in the Premier League. Despite bringing in young talent, the team has faced challenges in scoring goals this season, with Hojlund and captain Bruno Fernandes currently leading the goal charts with five each.
Following unsuccessful attempts to sign Harry Kane, who joined Bayern Munich, the club is now exploring other options. Reports suggest that Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy is on Manchester United’s radar, with the player expressing his appreciation for the interest. The 27-year-old, who has outscored notable names like Kylian Mbappe and Erling Haaland this season, could be a valuable addition to the squad.
Despite Rashford’s outstanding 30-goal campaign last season, the English striker has struggled to replicate that form, finding the net only twice so far. This dip in form has prompted Manchester United’s pursuit of reinforcements, with Guirassy emerging as a potential target.
German publication Bild reports that both Manchester United and Newcastle United have shown interest in the Guinean international. However, as of now, neither English club has initiated discussions with Stuttgart regarding a transfer, with a speculated £15 million transfer fee being mentioned.
Sebastian Hoeness, Stuttgart’s manager, acknowledges the uncertainty surrounding Guirassy’s future, stating that in football, nothing can be ruled out. While expressing hope that the striker remains with the team, Hoeness acknowledges the unpredictable nature of the sport and the possibility of unexpected developments in the upcoming transfer window.