Withdrawing after Arnautovic, MU is after this former Chelsea striker?

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Manchester United was associated with Marko Arnautovic, but backwards. The latest report says, the Red Devils are eyeing another name, namely a former striker Chelsea.

MU needs new ammunition on the front lines, following the uncertainty of Cristiano Ronaldo’s future. CR7 reportedly urged to leave Old Trafford.

According to reports, Manchester United had chased Marko Arnautovic in the transfer market this summer. The former Stoke City and West Ham United player is now in Bologna uniform.

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Bologna themselves are reluctant to let go of Arnautovic, as well as MU fans who are less comfortable with the Austrian striker. Reportedly, MU finally diverted his hunt to another player.

According to an ESPN report, Manchester United reportedly targeting Alvaro Morata, the Spanish striker who had defended Chelsea. Morata himself is now defending Atletico Madridhaving spent two seasons at Juventus as a loan player.

Morata had defended Chelsea in the 2017 to 2019 season, with a record of making 24 goals from 72 matches. He had presented the 2017/2018 FA Cup trophy and the 2018/2019 Europa League.

While in England, Morata was difficult, until he was finally released Chelsea again to Atletico Madrid. If you go to MU, similar difficulties could be repeated.

Apart from Morata, MU is still being linked with other names. The latest ones are Ismaila Sarr, Watford’s Senegal forward and Cody Gakpo, the forward PSV Eindhoven.

Conditions increasingly difficult, because MU need a sharp striker. Anthony Martial, who performed well in pre-season, was injured. While Ronaldo, who last season was the team’s top scorer, now the situation is still gray.

In the Premier League’s inaugural match last weekend, the manager Erik ten Hag until play Christian Eriksen as false nine. Manchester United themselves lost 1-2 to Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford, Sunday (7/8).

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