Manchester United lack quality and depth in their strike-force even after spending a mammoth fee to sign Rasmus Hojlund in the summer transfer window.
In such a scenario, the Red Devils are looking to lure a center forward in the current transfer window and have a clear opportunity to sign Moise Kean from Juventus.
According to an exclusive story covered by HITC, the Old Lady are ready to loan out the Italian international in January and have offered him to a number of clubs including Man Utd.
The 23-year-old striker takes home a salary of around £63,500 a week, and the news source have mentioned that the Bianconeri wants his wages to be fully covered during the loan.
As far as the fee is concerned, reports in Italy (Corriere Fiorentino) indicate that Juve want £2.6million (3 million euros) to send Kean on temporary basis.
The Azzurri forward has so far featured in 12 games in the Serie A this term but he has neither scored a goal nor provided any assist. Moreover, the 15-capped international has been out with a shin injury since December last year.
Back in 2019, Everton hired the services of the young striker and he left England after scoring just 2 goals in 32 Premier League appearances for the Toffees.
At Man Utd, Hojlund has only scored 2 PL goals this season, on the other hand, Martial, who is injured since last month, has been told to train alone and improve his fitness (The Mail).
Hence, the strike-force must be improved this month and Man Utd can sign Moise Kean. However, the Italian’s record does not suggest he would be a good buy. What do you think?