Manchester United cannot sign anyone from any team because the summer transfer window closed for the British clubs before the start of the new Premier League campaign.
However, the Red Devils can still sign free-agents and reports are heavily linking them with Fernando Llorente, who is looking for a new club.
Few days back, TeamTalk exclusively revealed that the Spanish center forward is hoping to secure a move to Manchester United.
More recently, La Gazzetta Dello Sport (via Sport Witness) have claimed that Man United have offered a two-year deal to make the former Atheltic Bilbao forward their fourth signing of the summer.
Earlier in the summer, the Old Trafford club lured the likes of Daniel James, Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Harry Maguire (MUFC).
We have already lost a striker in the form of Lukaku to Inter Milan. The Belgian international was highly inconsistent, still, he was our top scoring center forward in the last campaign.
Solskjaer has not replaced him as yet and with the transfer window closed, the only option for the Norwegian manager is to sign a player on a bosman. In such a scenario, an experienced player like Llorente, who has won several major prizes in his career including the World Cup, would be a quality addition.
United do have pacy forwards like Martial and Rashford in the squad but they are quite similar and we need a plan B. Llorente might not be fast but he is strong, good in the air and can build up play well.
In the last campaign, the34-year-old only started 11 games in all competitions for Tottenham Hotspur and directly contributed in 13 goals (8 goals and 5 assists).
In your opinion, should United opt to sign Llorente?