According to the Manchester Evening News (MEN), fallen Premier League giants Manchester United should plot a double transfer swoop to revive their attack during the second half of the season.
It was revealed that the Bournemouth duo of Callum Wilson and Ryan Fraser could boost the Manchester United attack this season.
Callum Wilson is a reported target for the Red Devils ahead of the January transfer window, and Ryan Fraser has been linked with Manchester United in the past.
The Manchester United attack has come under a lot of struggles this term after a return of just nine goals in eight Premier League games.
Four of those nine goals came during the first league game of the season at home to top four rivals Chelsea.
Manchester United beat Chelsea 4-0 to start the season on a winning note but they have recorded just one league victory since that Chelsea game at Old Trafford.
The Manchester United attack was depleted in the summer with the exits of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez to Italian Serie A giants Inter Milan.
Lukaku was sold to the Italians for a transfer fee of around 74 million pounds, while Alexis Sanchez joined them on loan until next summer.
Manchester United have relied on young attackers like Mason Greenwood and Tahiti Chong rather than sign replacements for Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.