- Sead Haksabanovic could be on his way to Manchester United or Arsenal when season comes to an end
- The West Ham United star is currently on loan at Swedish side Norrkoping
- His stay at the club will end this summer and will make a return back to the Premier League
West Ham United midfielder Sead Haksabanovic has reportedly emerged as summer transfer target for two Premier League sides Manchester United and Arsenal.
Since joining West Ham United in 2017, the attacking midfielder failed to get regular playing time at the club featuring in only two games for the Hammers.
His failure to command regular playing time at West Ham United forced the club to loan him out in January 2019 to Swedish side Norrkoping.
His loan deal at the Swedish club will expire this year June and Arsenal and Manchester United are now tracking him for the possibility of signing the attacking midfielder.
These two Premier League giants will now have table a convincing offer for West Ham United chiefs so as for them to allow Sead Haksabanovic to leave.
Despite signing Odion Ighalo and Bruno Fernandes before the January transfer window closed, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants more legs this summer.
But that will depends on if he remains as Manchester United gaffer at the end of the ongoing League season in England.
There are reports that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told to make sure his team qualify for next season's Champions League or he faces the exit doors.
United failed to make it to the Champions League this term and the club's fans want to see their side back next term.
They are currently occupying seventh position on the standings with 35 points after 25 games played this season.
Mikel Arteta on the other hand is also planning to recruit more players.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United fans are now preparing to offer Nigerian striker Odion Ighalo an old chant of his days at Watford when he start life at Old Trafford.
Odion Ighalo completed a dream move to Manchester United on the deadline day of the January transfer where he signed a six-month loan move with the Red Devils.
The ex Prime FC of Osogbo striker was signed by the Old Trafford landlords as a replacement for Marcus Rashford who is out after sustaining an injury.
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