Two months back, TeamTalk exclusively revealed that Mexican international Hirving Lozano wants to sign for Manchester United. Now, the PSV playmaker is in the lime light again.
If the latest reports in the media are anything to go by then the 23-year-old is still looking to move to Man United.
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According to CalcioNapoli24, Napoli have made an offer of 45 million euros (£40million) which is liked by the Dutch club but the issue is that Lozano has Manchester United in his head and he thinks that the Red Devils will call him sooner or later.
The Italian outlet have mentioned that super agent Mino Raiola believes that the Old Trafford club will not move for the former Pachucha attacker but Napoli could face real competition from Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.
If the player is seriously interested in moving to Old Trafford, then Solskjaer should move to lure him.
As far as United’s wide attacking positions are concerned, the club have agreed a deal to sign Daniel James from Swansea City but they still lack quality and depth in the department.
Anthony Martial was United’s best performing winger last season. The French international found the net 10 times in the league but it must be remembered that Liverpool wingers Salah and Mane netted 22 goals each and won the Golden Boot award.
Alexis Sanchez has been poor since moving to the club from Arsenal and he should be sold. On the other hand, Lingard had an inconsistent campaign last term and he only scored four league goals.
Therefore, a top quality wide playmaker is still needed and Lozano would be a top addition. The speedy attacker directly contributed in 33 goals (21 goals and 12 assists) in 40 appearances for the Dutch side.
So far, he has made 35 appearances for Mexico and he was impressive for the senior national team at the 2018 World Cup. However, he will not be taking part in the Gold Cup (starts this weekend) (Mexican National Team) due to a knee injury that he suffered last month.
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