Manchester United are still active in the January transfer window.
Following Wout Wegerst’s arrival at Old Trafford, United were widely expected to exit business during the winter window.
Lack of funds and cash amid rampant debt and imminent acquisitions further necessitate additional costs for Eric ten Hag.
However, United’s boss has made no secret of his desire to strengthen the team, declaring that the club will live on whatever the occasion presents it.
According to The Mail, United are personally sticking to their stance that they’re done with the market. But they are firmly eyeing offensive-minded acquisitions.
The email said: “Manchester United are still considering adding another forward on loan despite already signing Wout Weghorst on loan from Championship side Burnley during the January transfer window. .”
“While interest has not been confirmed and the club maintains its stance of not doing any further business, we believe sportsmail is still looking.”
“A transaction will only be viable if it is a loan agreement with a small fee.”
Time is running out for the club chief to bring in extra bodies to strengthen Ten Hag’s team.
Less than a week until the transfer market closes.
The Red Devils have been linked to several names in the striker position.Harry Kane, Victor Osimén and Benjamin Sesco are said to be high on a director’s wish list.
Either option deal is unlikely to go through in the remaining days, as both require large transfer fees and weeks of negotiations.