With January transfer window fast approaching, Manchester United are reportedly going to sign two new players to reinforce their squad.
According to a report published in the Goal.com, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is really disappointed with the Manchester United board for losing after Takumi Minamino and is hoping them to sign two new players to strengthen the team.
According to the same report, Leicester City’s James Maddison or Tottenham Hotspur’s Christian Eriksen have arisen as the two top targets Manchester United would be interested in signing.
Tottenham have not been able to reach an agreement with Christian Eriksen regarding a new contract and Goal’s article goes on to suggest that Daniel Levy is ready to sell Eriksen this January, else he will be leaving for free next summer. Something is better than nothing, isn’t it?
The report goes on to add that Solskjaer is hoping to bolster his attacking options with the addition of RB Salzburg striker Erling Haaland.
The football website claims that the Manchester United boss met with his former Molde striker to discuss a potential move last week.
Haaland has scored 28 times in 22 games in all competitions for Salzburg so far this season, including a goal against Liverpool FC at Anfield.