MANCHESTER UNITED have drawn up a four-man shortlist of strikers who could potentially replace the ageing Edinson Cavani.
The Uruguayan striker is being eyed by cash-strapped Barcelona for a January deal.
And according to the Express, the Red Devils have identified four strikers who could replace Cavani.
The likes of Erling Haaland and Chelsea’s Timo Werner top interim boss Ralf Rangnick’s January striker wishlist.
LaLiga duo Joao Felix and Alexander Isak are also options for United.
Money could prove to be an issue though, with all four players easily costing upwards of £50million.
The Borussia Dortmund star was brought to Austria some years ago by then RB Salzburg chief Rangnick.
Haaland went on to turn in impressive performances in the league and the Champions League, attracting interest from a host of top clubs.
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A big break at Dortmund came and he took his chance.
The forward has scored 74 goals and provided 20 assists in 73 games.
Haaland could, however, be relatively cheaper to the other options on the Express’ list.
The 21-year-old is rumoured to have a £68m release clause.
Chelsea’s Werner has been linked with a move to United in recent days.
The link with the German naturally comes due to the Rangnick working with the forward during his time at RB Leipzig.
Werner went on to become one of Europe’s most highly sought after prospects.
Rangnick clearly has a good eye for attacking talent.
But unfortunately for Werner, things haven’t exactly worked out goal-wise.
He has found himself on the bench this season after contributing to Chelsea’s UCL win last term.
Atletico Madrid ace Felix makes the list.
The Portugal ace just doesn’t seem to fit in at the LaLiga champions.
He has scored just once this season as Atletico narrowly avoided being knocked out of the UCL at the group stages.
Atletico are, however, miles behind rivals Real Madrid in their bid to retain the Spanish title.
Felix has managed just 20 goals in 88 appearances in Spain.
But could thrive in a free-flowing, attacking set-up like Rangnick’s.
Sweden international Isak is also on the list, and possesses a lot of qualities United could do with.
The young forward is quick, strong and can finish – all key to Rangnick’s high intensity system.
Isak has just six goals this term for Real Sociedad though.
But a fresh start to help get his season back on track ahead of next year’s World Cup, which he doesn’t know YET if he’ll be playing in it.
Sweden need to go through two play-off games to make Qatar.
Isak could cost a fortune too, with his current deal due to expire in 2026.
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