Manchester United have already undergone significant change in the goalkeeping department and a similar pattern could play out up front if manager Erik ten Hag gets his wish.
The Dutch boss had claimed United are severely lacking up front which resulted in United scoring the least amount of goals among the top seven teams in the Premier League.
United need a striker this season
So far, the Bergamo-based outfit are sticking to their guns and are asking for £86million, a price United think is ludicrous for a 20-year-old with only one year of Serie A experience.
Apart from the Frenchman, Mason Greenwood is also expected to be sent out on loan as United still ponder what to do with the youngster in the long-term.
“With 25-year-old Marcus Rashford agreeing a new five year contract, Hojlund’s arrival would allow United to consider offers for Anthony Martial and send Mason Greenwood out on loan,” the report stated.
Martial out, Rasmus in?
Martial is the current No 9 but it is a mystery how the Frenchman has survived this long in Manchester. He was close to leaving last summer but salvaged his United career by impressing during pre-season.
But ultimately he let down Ten Hag due to his poor injury record and his general lackadaisical attitude while on the pitch.
Fans have continued to back him despite his mixed displays on the pitch but it is high time the club moves on and signs a truly elite striker.