Manchester United are reportedly interested in signing Randal Kolo Muani this summer, as reported by CaughtOffside’s Christian Falk. The French international has been regarded as a fantastic possibility for United, who are looking to replace their current number nine.
An offer for the Eintracht Frankfurt striker is now being prepared by the Red Devils. Moreover, according to Falk, it is no longer possible for the Bundesliga club to maintain hold of its top striker.
In the dead of winter in 2015, Kolo Muani enrolled in the youth program of FC Nantes. Before leaving for Frankfurt in 2022’s summer, he worked his way through the club’s levels. Since moving to Germany, the 24-year-old’s been on fire.
The French international has played in 35 matches, contributing to 30 goals. He has scored 16 goals and added 14 assists in his career. His stunning recent goalscoring form has earned him much of praise. And several major teams are interested in signing the 24-year-old.
Through the summer of 2027, Kolo Muani is under contract with the club. With the high demand for his services, he will most certainly be traded during the forthcoming transfer window. The player is cognizant of the demand for his skills and welcomes the chance to play for a more prestigious team.
Manchester United is planning a bid for Randal Kolo Muani, a 24-year-old striker, before the start of the next season
Manchester United, meanwhile, is putting together a bid to sign the Frankfurt striker. Having another striker to help out Marcus Rashford in the goal scoring department is a top priority for Erik ten Hag.
Pushing for the 24-year-old seems like a good idea, given the uncertainty surrounding Anthony Martial and Wout Weghorst’s future with the club. With 16 goals this season, Kolo Muani has certainly shown his value as a number nine. United’s roster will improve with his addition.
Next year, Ten Hag plans to make a run at both the Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. The arrival of Kolo Muani will undoubtedly aid his efforts. But, the £89 million asking price and competition from other European teams may make things tough for Frankfurt.