If reports in the media are anything to go by then Manchester United are looking to sign Federico Chiesa on priority basis in the January transfer window.
In the past few years, the Red Devils have splashed a hefty amount of cash to improve their wide attacking positions. However, the investments made to lure Sancho and Antony have not proved to be fruitful as yet.
At the moment, the England international is not available due to disciplinary concerns, on the other hand, the situation of the Brazilian winger is complex.
It must be remembered that Man Utd were forced to offload Mason Greenwood for assault allegations but have allowed Antony to return to training despite the same allegations made in his homeland.
The Old Trafford outfit had no plans to improve the offense in January but due to the current circumstances surrounding Sancho and Antony, they are eyeing stars.
According to Spanish source, Fichajes, Man Utd plan to submit an offer to sign Chiesa from Juventus in the winter transfer window.
The news source have mentioned that the Biancinero would want to hold on to their prized asset but can be tempted by an attractive offer.
It is reported that a significant bid of £60.7million (70 million euros) would be needed to hire the services of the Italian international, who is also on the radar of Liverpool.
Chiesa was a key member of the Azzurri squad that won the European Championships in 2021 but since then, he has mostly been out injured.
However, currently he is fit and firing. This season, so far, the 25-year-old former Viola playmaker has netted four goals and provided an assist in six league games for the Old Lady.
In your opinion, should Man Utd offer £60.7million to sign Chiesa in January?