£100million star offered to Manchester United – Expert


Manchester United have strengthened their attack this summer by signing right-winger Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund.

As far as the strike force is concerned, the Red Devils opted to hand a new deal to Edinson Cavani and therefore, they may not move to sign a center forward in the current transfer window.

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If reports in the media are anything to go by then Robert Lewandowski wants a new challenge and he has been offered to several Premier League clubs including Man Utd.

Transfer Expert, Ian McGarry told the Transfer Window Podcast:

“Lewandowski has been offered to Liverpool, to Manchester United and to Manchester City, each of whom have expressed a tepid amount of interest in the player regarding the possibility of signing him. However, each of them has also said that the €110 million (£94m) which Bayern are leaking to the German media that they would require to allow Lewandowski to leave is far too much for a player of that age.”

As per Sky Sports, the Polish international is looking for a fresh challenge but would not ruin his relationship to leave Bayern Munich, who value their superstar at over £100million.

The former Borussia Dortmund center forward is arguably the best striker in world football at the moment. He won the European Golden Shoe award last season and has won the Golden Boot in the Bundesliga in the last four years.

In the 2020-21 campaign, he netted 48 goals in just 40 games (all competitions) for the Bavarians and he has what it takes to improve any attack in the world. However, it makes little sense to pay £100million for a player who turned 33 yesterday.

Man Utd already have a veteran in the form of Cavani and they must sign a striker who would be able to serve the club in the long run. Erling Haaland would be perfect. In your view, who should Ole sign to strengthen the strike-force?

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