Erik Ten Hag is eager to carry over his strong preseason play into the English Premier League, so Manchester United will be hoping to come away with all three points when they take on Brighton on Sunday.
Anthony Martial won't be playing for the Red Devils, giving Christiano Ronaldo the ideal chance to regain the fans' lost faith in United.
According to the most recent rumours, the Old Trafford heavyweights are still thinking about expanding their attacking options despite the EPL's comeback.
Despite the presence of Anthony Elanga, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Garnacho in addition to Amad Diallo, Man United News reports that Manchester United has made an unexpected inquiry of Bayern Munich and Germany striker Leroy Sane.
According to reports, Ten Hag's irresistible tactics of playing with a false number nine make the former Man City player the ideal target.
The premier league's powerhouses are also after Barca's ace in addition to Sane. In an effort to close the agreements as quickly as possible, Ten Hag is working with Frankie De Jong and Benjamin Sesko, a striker for Rb Salzburg.
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