Man Utd have moved in to secure signing of £26million player – Report

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If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United have moved in to secure the signing of Joshua Zirkzee from Bologna.

A few days back, Sport1 exclusively revealed the Red Devils have turned their attention to luring the Bologna forward.

Read – AS – Man Utd ready to bid £43.4million to secure signing

The renowned German media outlet reported that the former Bayern Munich striker has a market value of £26million (30 million euros).

Moreover, yesterday, Calcio Mercato journalist, Eleonora Trotta claimed that Man Utd are pushing to secure Zirkzee, whose contract contains a release clause of 40 million euros.

As per the Italian reporter, the Old Trafford outfit have ‘put the arrow’ to sign the 22-year-old starlet, who has been in brilliant form for Bologna this season.

The Dutch player has so far started 16 games in all competitions for the Serie A side and directly contributed in 12 goals (8 goals and 4 assists).

Man Utd signed Rasmus Hojlund in the summer but the Danish forward has not been able to impress in the Premier League.

He was only able to find the net in the PL for the first time last night, in his 15th appearance. Martial is past his prime and should be offloaded.

Therefore, the strike-force needs to be reinforced. In your view, should Man Utd bid £26million to sign Joshua Zirkzee?

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