After four straight wins in all competitions, Manchester United made their fans believe they are one of this season’s title contenders but that looks far from it after their lifeless display against Wolves on Saturday.
The Red Devil’s attacking frontline were awful throughout the game, losing many goalscoring opportunities which could have seen them killed the game in opening 45 minutes.
With Mourinho’s team inability to score goals, it is obvious the Portuguese needs to bolster his team’s attacking prowess in the next season transfer market.
Marseille winger Florian Thauvin is the best player needed by Mourinho to bring the spark into United’s play at the final end of the pitch.
Rated £45m by transfermarkt, the Frenchman was a flop during his time at Newcastle but he has returned to great form since he joined Marseille some seasons back.
Last season was a productive one for the Frenchman who scored 26 goals and provides 18 assists to end the season as one of the best wingers in the world.
So far this season, Thauvin has scored five goals and that makes him the hottest commodity in the market.
Mourinho must make move to capture the 25-year-old star so as to provide more service to Romelu Lukaku to score.
He will surely add new qualities to the team as he’s known to be a versatile player who is comfortable playing anywhere in the final third of the pitch.