The Man United supervisor stated he wouldn’t rule out signing one other striker this summer time regardless of Edinson Cavani signing a contract extension.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not dominated out Manchester United signing a striker this summer time regardless of Edinson Cavani signing a contract extension. 

The membership are hoping to herald a lot of new faces when the window opens however with Cavani placing pen to paper on an extension that retains him on the membership till June 2022 it’s understood a striker has been pushed down the precedence record with right-wing taking precedent. 

But the United supervisor refused to rule out the opportunity of the membership including one other striker to their ranks. 

What was stated? 

Asked if he might rule out United signing a striker this summer time he replied: “No, in fact I can’t.

“Yeah, Edi (Cavani) signed but how many good strikers have we had? I can’t say we’re not signing a striker because we’re building towards a better squad. We’re nowhere near where we want to be.”

What about Kane?

The information on Monday night time that Harry Kane has requested to go away Tottenham has intensified hypothesis that he might be on his strategy to Old Trafford. 

United are long-term admirers of the England worldwide however know a deal can be removed from straight ahead and would value rather a lot. 

Chelsea and Manchester City are additionally believed to have an interest within the striker and Solskjaer was requested about whether or not his future and potential switch away from Spurs would set the tone for the summer time window. 

Solskjaer stated: “I can’t comment on other teams players and what’s been speculated and said. I want to show the respect Tottenham deserve and not talk about their players.” 

What else was stated? 

Speaking concerning the fantastic objective his personal striker, Cavani, scored within the 1-1 draw in opposition to Fulham he stated: “If that was within the vote for objective of the season I feel he might need had an opportunity to win it. 

“This chance was amazing, very pleased with him.” 

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