Man Utd step up chase to finally sign £31million playmaker




Manchester United improved their back line and midfield in the summer transfer window but did not reinforce their attacking department.

Therefore, Jose Mourinho must act and splash the cash to strengthen the team’s offense in the winter transfer window.

Back in July, the Red Devils were linked (Tutto Mercao Web) with a move for Mexican international and PSV Eindhoven playmaker Hirving Lozano. If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then the PL giants have are once again looking to finally lure him.

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According to Sport, Manchester United have have stepped up chase to sign the 23-year-old star, who was in fantastic form for the Dutch side in the last campaign. In 29 league outings, he netted 17 goals and provided 11 assists.

He started every game for the national side at the World Cup and scored the winning goal against Germany and provided a crucial assist vs South Korea. As far as this season is concerned, Lozano has already netted 4 goals in 5 league outings for PSV.

As per the provided Sport link, the Dutch champions do not want to lose their prized asset even for a fee worth 40-50 million euros. However, it must be remembered that Lozano, whose current contract will expire in 2023, has got a release clause (ESPN) of just $40million (£31million).

The former Pachuca attacker is a speedy winger, who can operate with both feet and can effectively play on either flank. In your opinion, should Mourinho sign him?

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