Lukaku Can Leave: As Ole Gunnar is set to Personally agree deal for Two-time League Champion

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer have been in the new having made an early move on Lyon forward Moussa Dembele before the opening of the summer transfer window, according to reports coming from France.

The French forawrd, who joined the club from Scottish side Celtic last summer, has put up an impressive performance with the club this 2018/19 campaign finding the back of the net 18 times in all competitions.

Solskjaer will be bringing four new additions to the club this summer; a full-back(right-back), a centre back , a midfielder, and lastly a forward(a winger or a centre forward) with striker Romelu Lukaku linked with a move to the Serie A, according to several reports.

The Red Devils manager developed an interest in the French forward style of play and has been making several enquiries on the availability of the player in the coming summer transfer window.

Reports claimed that Solskjaer wants to see Dembele at the Old Trafford next season which also says that the player fits his playing style, but the reports claimed that the club has often ignored his request.

The Red devils fans are disappointed with Ed Woodward, who only brings in big names to the club being good when illustrated in the media but practically their performance does not meet their expectations.

Solskjaer have this in mind, and is intending to sign the right player to the club not the Big players in Europe, and Moussa Dembele is said to be the right player to bring in to the old Trafford.

Dembele in his spell with Scottish giant helped the club lift two Scotland Premiership and Two League cups.

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  1. Thumbs up if they can lad Dembele to assist Lukaku in the centre as Rashford is totally useless in that respect.

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