CONFIRMED BREAKING NEWS: coming from Fabrizio Romano, sir Jim Ratcliffe has confirmed and announced that Greenwood will be part of United squad next season. He said “With in incredible form in Getafe fc he’s not the kind of player to be overlooked i have watched him play and that young lad is incredible and I want him back at Old Trafford”.


Manchester United has reportedly received authorization from Sir Jim Ratcliffe and his INEOS team to pursue two summer transfer targets. Towards the latter part of 2023, it was confirmed that INEOS boss Ratcliffe had struck a deal to acquire a 25 percent stake in the Old Trafford club. Reports suggest that Ratcliffe and his team will oversee football operations, while the Glazers will focus on the commercial aspect.

Ahead of the summer transfer window, it appears that Manchester United, under INEOS ownership, is eyeing Crystal Palace’s Michael Olise and an experienced striker. The desired criteria for the striker include having scored double figures in at least three seasons in a top-five league. While names like Victor Osimhen, Serhou Guirassy, Joshua Zirkzee, and Benjamin Sesko have been linked to the striker position, United aims to steer clear of a profile similar to Rasmus Hojlund. Despite facing initial challenges, Hojlund is beginning to settle in and showcase his form. The team is set to face Luton Town in their upcoming Premier League match on Sunday.

Ratcliffe and his INEOS team have greenlit the pursuit of two players for the club. According to reports from 90 Min, United is poised to target Crystal Palace’s French winger Michael Olise. Additionally, an experienced striker is also said to be on the shortlist. According to the report, Ratcliffe and INEOS define an experienced striker as someone who has consistently scored double figures in at least three seasons in a top-five league. Olise is expected to be a prominent option for the Old Trafford club once the summer transfer window opens.

Regarding the striker option, Manchester United has been linked with players like Napoli’s Victor Osimhen, Serhou Guirassy of Stuttgart, Bologna’s Joshua Zirkzee, and RB Leipzig’s Benjamin Sesko. However, it is understood that United is hesitant to acquire a striker with a profile similar to Rasmus Hojlund, who joined last summer in a deal worth £72 million. Despite a challenging start in England, Danish international Hojlund is gradually finding his rhythm and form in front of goal. Prior to Hojlund’s arrival, there were reports of United’s interest in Harry Kane, who eventually departed Tottenham Hotspur for Bayern Munich.

Manchester United is gearing up for their Premier League fixture against Luton Town this weekend on Sunday afternoon.

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