Already today, here at Vital Manchester United, we’ve covered the possible acquisition of a striker who it could be said is approaching the veteran stage of his career.
Our article, could-signing-this-striker-be-a-short-term-solution-for-manchester-united, inferred that the Japanese striker, Keisuke Honda, is keen to sign a contract with Manchester United.
But, according to the media, Honda isn’t the only 33-year-old being linked with a move to the club.
Lurking in the pages of goal,com, is the inference that the Croatian forward, Mario Mandzukic, is a target for Manchester United.
Mandzukic, currently on the books of the Serie A side, Juventus, has ruled out a move to Qatar, to play for Al Rayyan, mandzukic-move-to-qatar-off-as-al-rayyan-end-talks and could be available for £9 million.
But, is it a move that would get your approval?
It certainly doesn’t get mine and, to be brutally honest, I’d prefer, if the club are going to spend money in January, to bring in somebody who has a long-term future as opposed to a year, maybe two, with us at best.
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