Manchester United need to improve their attacking department this summer and the latest reports suggest that they are plotting a stunning move to sign Serge Gnabry.
According to an exclusive story covered by The Sun, the Red Devils are going to battle with Manchester City to hire the services of the German international from Bayern Munich.
The 26-year-old star’s current contract with the Bavarians will expire in less than a year and he earns a salary of around £135,000 a week (Goal).
As per The Sun, the Kaiser has rejected a deal of over £200,000 a week to extend his stay at the Allianz and if he does not put pen to paper, then Bayern would opt to sell him this summer for a fee of £35million.
Gnabry is a versatile playmaker, who has proved to be brilliant on both the wings and even in the central attacking position whenever needed.
In the last campaign, the former Arsenal attacker featured in 45 games for the German giants and directly contributed 27 goals (17 goals and 10 assists).
He has won every major domestic prize in the country multiple times and was a key member of the squad that won the UEFA Champions League under Hansi Flick two years ago.
Flick is now the head coach of the German national side and as far as Gnabry’s international career is concerned, so far, he has netted 20 goals and provided 8 assists in 34 caps for the four-time World Champions.
In all fairness, a playmaker like Gnabry would improve any attack in the world, he is in his peak years and the fee of £35million must be considered a massive bargain.
In your opinion, should Man Utd splash the cash to secure his signing?