Manchester United were mainly linked with right wingers in the last summer transfer window but failed to lure no one to improve the position.
The likes of Jadon Sancho and Ousmane Dembele were on their radar but for next season, in my view, Man United should prioritize signing of a top out and out center forward instead of a right winger.
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Coming back to the transfers, as far as the right wing situation is concerned, in the past year and a half, Greenwood has shown that he is good enough to step up and regularly start in the position. On the other hand, Solskjaer has also got a more than decent back-up option in the form of Daniel James.
I think what we really need for next season is a natural striker, who would bang in goals week in week out. Martial has been our main No.9 but the Frenchman is mainly a winger.
Moreover, Cavani is a veteran, past his best and reports indicate that he would be leaving the club at the end of the campaign.
Without a clinical goal scorer, Man Utd can forget about winning the Premier League title. The last time we won the ultimate prize in 2012-13, Robin van Persie was our top scorer and the retired Dutch superstar netted 26 goals.
That was the last time an Old Trafford star scored more than 20 league goals in a season. Almost 8 years later, we are still looking for the next Van Persie as no one has managed to score even 20 PL goals in a campaign.
In such a scenario, the Red Devils should target the signing of world class center forward and the likes of Harry Kane and Erling Haaland would fit the bill. The duo have consistently netted goals this term and signing any one of them would help us push for the title next season. What do you think?