Manchester United will be on the hunt for a striker in the summer market, and multiple names have been linked with the Premier League club.

The Red Devils signed Wout Weghorst on loan from Burnley in the January window, and whilst his effort cannot be questioned, and his all-round play fits with Erik ten Hag’s system, there’s been a rather major problem.

That’s been finding the back of the net, with a series of great chances missed recently for both club and country. Weghorst received plenty of criticism from Dutch pundits during the international break, and the same is true for his club.

Perhaps the two names linked most with Manchester United have been Napoli’s Victor Osimhen and Benfica’s Goncalo Ramos.

Sunday’s edition of A Bola has an article on Ramos and Antonio Silva, his teammate at the Lisbon club. It’s stated for either to leave Benfica in the next market, it will ‘only be for the clause’.

The Portuguese side plan to keep them and offer pay rises, unless someone forces their hand.

For Ramos the clause is €120m, yet it was made clear earlier this week that such an amount ‘doesn’t scare’ Manchester United and would be within their reach.

That theory could be tested in the summer.