Manchester United is gearing up for their upcoming match against Nottingham Forest this Saturday, aiming to add another three points to their tally in what has been a challenging season.
The team has faced setbacks, including an early exit from the Champions League and eight losses in the Premier League.
In their recent match, United staged an impressive comeback against Aston Villa at Old Trafford, overturning a 2-0 deficit to win 3-2.
Rasmus Hojlund was a standout performer, scoring his inaugural Premier League goal, which was crucial in securing the victory.
While Hojlund’s performance was notable, United seems to be setting their sights on bolstering their attacking options.
Reports from Football Insider claim that United is showing interest in signing Stuttgart’s Serhou Guirassy. The 27-year-old striker has been in excellent form, netting 19 goals in just 16 appearances across various competitions this season.
Guirassy’s stellar performance has been a key factor in Stuttgart’s rise to third in the Bundesliga. However, there is speculation about his future at the German club, given his contract includes an £18 million release clause.
Manchester United, with the January transfer window approaching, reportedly considers Guirassy a primary target.
Coach Ten Hag is believed to be looking to enhance the team’s offensive strength in the latter half of the season.
This pursuit comes as Manchester United has struggled offensively in the league, scoring only 21 goals, a tally surpassed by all but three teams, including the bottom two, Sheffield United and Burnley.