- Gareth Bale appears on Man United's radar after failing to seal Sancho's deal
- Douglas Costa and Ivan Perisic are two other wingers who might be joining the Red Devils
- Solskjaer is desperately looking to add depth to his attack as they hope to contend for the Premier League title this season
Manchester United failed to secure the services of Jadon Sancho this summer, but are now considering a move for Douglas Costa, Gareth Bale and Ivan Perisic as alternatives.
The Red Devils were unable to meet Borussia Dortmund's demands for the £108 million-rated Englishman forward.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer might have been a chance to land Costa, who Juventus might be willing to part ways with this window.
The Old Lady are wary of the Brazilian's consistent injuries at the Allianz Stadium, but might be stuck with him until his deal expires in 2022.
Bale has been constantly linked with a move away from Santiago Bernabeu with Real Madrid planning to free up space for Kylian Mbappe's arrival.
Although Los Blancos missed out of his deal after the Frenchman revealed he would be with Paris Saint-Germain for another season.
However, the Spanish League champions according to Daily Mail are open to paying half of the attacker's £600,000-a-week wages in a bid to join another club.
Perisic scored eight goals in 35 appearances across competitions for Bayern Munich before rejoining his parent club Inter Milan, and open to the Man United move.
The Red Devils have only completed one signing since the transfer window was flung open this summer as Donny van de Beek moved to Old Trafford from Ajax for £40 million.
And the Norwegian-born tactician is desperately looking to add depth to his attack as Nigerian star Odion Ighalo is nearing the expiration of his loan move from Shanghai Shenhua.
The former Watford star's deal will run out in January 2021 and Solskjaer has revealed the former Super Eagles star will not get a permanent deal.
Legit.ng earlier reported that Paul Pogba has handed Manchester United camp a boost ahead of their Premier League opener against Crystal Palace after rejoining his colleagues in training.
The World Cup winner recently recovered from the deadly coronavirus having contracted the virus last month.
He returned to the Red Devils' training camp at Carrington Complex as they prepare for the friendly encounter against Aston Villa at Villa Park on Saturday, September 12.
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