Here at Vital Manchester United we’ve, previously, expressed our concerns that, when it comes to numbers, Manchester United are short on strikers.
The late decisions to move Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez on has resulted in the club relying on youth to bolster the numbers with Mason Greenwood being given a chance.
However, injuries to Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford have only served to emphasise the problem Ole Gunnar Solksjaer has.
But, whilst we wait to see if the club will sign a striker once the January transfer window opens, could there be another option?
The reason we ask is that according to The Metro, the former Japanese international forward, Keisuke Honda, has inquired about the possibility of being given a contract by Manchester United.
As a free agent, the 33-year-old is able to join Manchester United in between transfer windows but is it a move that would get your approval?
My view sat here in the editorial chair, is that we should give the layer a wide-berth, the fact that he has been a free agent since leaving Melbourne Victory, in the summer, would indicate to me that, undoubtedly, his best days are behind him.
But, is that a view you concur with or would you beg to differ?
Please feel free to air your views in the comment facility beneath this article.
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