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Manchester United step up Moussa Dembele interest

Manchester United sent scouts to watch Moussa Dembele again on Sunday night — and could be handed a boost after the striker was benched, as part of Sylvinho rotation policy.

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Manchester United sent scouts to watch Moussa Dembele again on Sunday night — and could be handed a boost after the striker was benched. – As part of Sylvinho rotation policy.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is in dire need of a striker, with United seriously lacking in the attacking department. After the sales of Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez [loan] in the summer.

Manchester United are in the bottom half of the table, and while the manager has vowed to turn things around. One of his many promises also includes another recruitment in the January transfer window.

Reports have linked Man Utd with deals for the likes Mario Mandzukic, Moussa Dembele and few other names. However, with Solskjaer’s philosophy of recruiting young and right players who are keen to play, it’s unlikely the manager will be heading towards Mandzukic in the winter.

Manchester United step up Moussa Dembele interest - manchester united

Manchester United have kept track of Moussa Dembele all season, and have been impressed by the striker’s six goals in seven league appearances so far.

According to DailyMail, There’s a risk for Lyon that United will push for a cut-price deal in January due to Dembele dipping in and out of the side.

A deal for Moussa Dembele – who is valued at a reported €30m – would largely improve Manchester United‘s diminishing attack. As well as provide dense competition in the club’s attacking department. With Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial having failed to provide the required firepower so far.

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