Besiktas and Galatasaray are reportedly interested in signing Manchester United forward Zlatan Ibrahimovic during the January transfer window. Hierarchy accept/expect it, conversations continue with Man City.
Teammate, Alexis Sanchez is closer to the exit door but it seems Arsenal will have Ozil playing in their colours next season.
The Chile global has been widely tipped to join Manchester City, either in the January window or when his contract runs out this summer, but United are reported to have entered the race.
The England worldwide would bring goals and has 10 this season for the Foxes. All three forwards have the advantage of being available to play in the Champions League.
According to the Independent's Miguel Delaney, Pulisic has caught the eye of Manchester United as well and they are ready to go head-to-head with Liverpool this offseason, and he noted that the American's marketability is also a big factor behind the Red Devils' interest in him.
Mourinho demands Jamie Vardy, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez
But the Telegraph are claiming that if that deal does not come off, then United will look to either Vardy or Hernandez.
As always, feel free to post your own Man United and/or Stoke prediction, as well as your forecast for the final score.
Moyes was not impressed with the 29-year-old during his tenure at Old Trafford in 2013-14.
261 - Javier Hernandez has the 9th best minutes per goal ratio of players to score 20+ goals in Premier League history (143 mins/goal); although, the Mexican has only averaged a goal every 261 mins this term.
Hernandez who played for United between 2010 and 2015 is understood to now be available for repurchase despite having only joined West Ham during the summer as he has failed to find the net regularly following his £16 million move.
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