Manchester United manager is obviously keen on adding new strikers to his team considering the few number of goals they’ve scored since he took over from José Mourinho last year.
The team have managed to score just 19 goals in 24 matches, a record which is far from impressive judging by the club’s attacking prowess in time past.
As part of his mission to correct the goalscoring problem, Solskjaer is hoping to sign Juventus striker Mario Mandzukic, while Lille wonderkid Victor Osimhen has reportedly been added to the manager’s wish-list.
Meanwhile, former United striker Louis Saha has urged the Norwegian to go for players like Robert Lewandowski and Kylian Mbappe who can score more than 15 goals in a single season.
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While speaking to CompareBet.com, Saha claimed that he would break the bank to sign the young Frenchman even if he has a very slim chance of bringing him to Old Trafford.
“If you ask me, I would break the bank for Mbappe, but now it’s too late,”
“But, when you look at strikers, it’s a dying breed. Lewandowski is a rare example of someone who is left, and I don’t see many players that can easily fit up front” he said.
Mbappe was awe-inspiring for PSG in Tuesday’s Champions League victory over Club Brugge as he came off the bench to score three goals and one assist in the game that ended 5-0.