Red Devils have been urged to go all out to sign Bayern Munich centre-forward Robert Lewandowski in the winter transfer window. Man United have been urged to sign Poland international in winter as they try to secure a come back to Champions League football.
Robert is one of Europe’s most in-form centre-forwards having scored 27 goals in 21 matches in all tournaments this campaign, with the Bavarians unlikely to sell up. Despite that, ex-Red Devils man Clayton Blackmore has backed his former side to attempt the permanent signing of the 31-year-old striker, who now has 399 career goals in 595 games.
“They need to get a top striker who the players can learn from,” Blackmore said. “I’d like to see Bayern Munich’s Robert Lewandowski come in. He’s 31 although still scores goals for fun.” Blackmore has urged the Norwegian boss to add another striker to the squad to support Marcus Rashford, and even pointed toward Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
“I’d also be happy if Zlatan Ibrahimovic came back,” he added. “We got rid of Romelu Lukaku to Inter Milan, and that was a big decision. “For me, Solskjaer now has to replace him. He should have replaced him in the summer, and Lukaku probably shouldn’t have been sold if we didn’t have someone lined up.
“We need a top striker who’s going to help out the kids. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has admitted that he will be on the lookout for a new centre-forward despite suggesting that the Red Devils were happy for Lukaku to leave without being replaced.