English Premier League club Man United now seem to be getting it right with their transfer decision as they are reportedly set to invest £20 million in a striker this summer window.
The Red Devils have been making efforts to get it right in this summer window and the Sun reports that they are making moves to snap up Zambian international Patson Daka from Austria outfit RB Salzburg.
The report claims that the Red Devils are making this move because they lost out on the signature of Haaland who joined Borussia Dortmund in the winter window.
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It is, therefore, expected that the Red Devils will pay not less than £20 million to be able to convince the club of a deal this summer transfer window.
Patson Daka has helped his team to win all major domestic prizes in Austria especially when he was in hot form last season under manager Jesse Marsch.
The Zambian forward was involved in 39 goals for his team, scoring 27 goals and giving 12 assists in 45 games to earn him the big name.
Should the Red Devils succeeded in his capture, they would have gotten an alternative to Jadon Sancho especially with the coming of the Ajax midfielder, Donny van de Beek.