Manchester United have been linked with Dutch international Wout Weghorst, who is desperate to move to Old Trafford.
As per the latest reports going on in the media, the center forward, who is currently playing for Besiktas on loan from Burnley, is set to join United.
As per Ross Harwood, a deal has been fully agreed for Man Utd to secure the signing of Weghorst. The turkish giants will receive a fee of around 4.5 million euros to end the loan spell.
On the other hand, the Clarets have agreed another loan to send the player to the Red Devils.
The journalist claims Man United will be paying the striker’s full wages and the veteran will be here until the end of the campaign. There is no obligation to buy and the Dutchman will return to Burnley in the summer.
The 30-year-old center forward takes home around £40,000 a week (Salary Sport).
Weghorst is an experience striker, who has played over 400 games in his club career thus far and found the net 172 times.
In the current campaign, so far, he has scored 9 goals and provided 4 assists in all competitions for Besiktas.
The Netherlands international, who netted two goals in Qatar, would be a decent stop-gap signing for the remainder of the campaign. What do you think?