Manchester United are currently on top of the Premier League table and they should invest to reinforce the squad this month in order to seriously battle for the title.
According to the latest transfers news going on in the media, the Red Devils have been handed the chance to sign a former Tottenham Hotspur playmaker in the form of Christian Eriksen.
According to Ian McGarry (Transfer Window Podcast via The Express), Man Utd have made an offer to sign the Danish international who earns wages worth 8 million euros a year with the Nerazzurri (£135,000-a-week).
The well-known transfer expert has mentioned that the Serie A side have offered Eriksen on loan until the end of the season but the Old Trafford outfit are not prepared to pay his full wages.
The 28-year-old playmaker has played over 100 games for Denmark and he was a consistent performer for Spurs, especially under the management of Argentine boss Mauricio Pochettino.
Eriksen directly contributed in 27 goals in his last full season with the north Londoners but unfortunately, he has only warmed the bench since moving to Inter Milan under Antonio Conte.
The Italian boss likes to utilize Barella, Brozovic and Vidal in his midfield and in such a situation, the former Ajax star has only started 6 games in all competitions for the Serie A giants this term.
He needs to leave the Nerazzurri to play regular first team football but the question is, should Man Utd get his signing done?
Eriksen can play in multiple attacking positions but over the years, he has mainly excelled in the CAM and LW roles. We have Bruno Fernandes and Rashford, who occupy the positions and they are irreplaceable at Old Trafford.
In your opinion, who should Solskjaer sign to strengthen his team in the January transfer window?