- Romelu Lukaku has urged Manchester United chiefs to concentrate on their strikers
- The Red Devils have been linked with move to sign Jadon Sancho this summer
- Lukaku stated that Solskjaer should focus on his current forwards
Romelu Lukaku who currently plays for Inter Milan has told Manchester United chiefs to stop undermining their current front-men in their search to bring in another striker.
Following their unimpressive performance so far this season in the Premier League, Manchester United chiefs are still looking for the signing of another striker.
Jadon Sancho has been their No 1 target, and with transfer deadline day fast approaching, Manchester United chiefs are now considering alternatives.
Last year, Ole Solskjaer offloaded Romelu Lukaku at Old Trafford, but the Belgian has praised two of his former team-mates who are Anthony Martial and Mason Greenwood.
"I hear a lot of people saying, ‘Let’s buy another this, let’s buy another striker, let’s buy that’.
"If you buy another striker what are you going to do with Anthony? Anthony is a good player. He’s young. He’s now being the No 9 at a great club. Last year he scored 23 goals.
"Give him a full season to confirm what he did last year instead of bringing in someone big to disrupt the chemistry in the dressing room,'' Romelu Lukaku told The Times according to UK Mirror.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Manchester United completed the signing of 600-goal wonderkid Charlie McNeill from rivals Manchester City in a deal reported to be £750,000.
The Red Devils confirmed that they have signed two players who are Charlie NcNeill and Alejandro Garnacho and they will be in the side's Under 18 team.
Garnacho has already completed his self-isolation period and is ready to get down to work this term at Old Trafford for the possibility of breaking into the main team in future.
Last season, Garnacho played for Atletico Madrid second team and was impressive in all the games he played in Spain.
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