Man Utd Could Sign Striker Salomon Rondon On Loan From Chinese League

Middlesbrough's Ben Gibson in action with West Bromwich Albion's Salomon Rondon.

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer failed to make the kind of impact the supporters expected when he was appointed as the head coach last summer. The manager however believes the woeful performance of Manchester United is owing to the lack of efficient options in the midfield.

Accordingly the Norwegian manager has recruited Bruno Fernandes from Sporting to bolster up the centre of the field, who’s a talented player who can create and score goals for his side with a terrific stat this season.

Furthermore, Lukaku’s departure had opened a hole in the striker position at Old Trafford with Anthony Martial taking up the spot mainly these days. Therefore, the United gaffer is looking forward to fancy his chances by attempting to rope in Salomon Rondon before the winter transfer window ends on Friday.

The Red Giants were on the lookout for strikers for a while now, with speculations including the likes of Odion Ighalo, Islam Slimani, Krzysztof Piatek and Edinson Cavani being the likely targets. Moreover, Solskjaer had revealed that they required a committed striker in order to become firm.

As per The Times, the Mancunians have registered their interest in Rondon, who had contributed for Newcastle and West Brom in the past. The talented striker now operates his legs for the Chinese side Dalian Yifang.

The Red Devils are reportedly thinking about the prospects of a loan deal to secure the attacker’s services for the remainder of this season, certainly for grabbing hold of the FA Cup, in which the English side looks formidable.

United have already signed two players this week, namely Bruno Fernandes and a young keeper Nathan Bishop. Therefore, if the Premier League club go on with this plan of swooping the Venezuela international, the supporters could witness three transfers being completed in a week.