Manchester United monitoring VfB Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy ahead of January transfer window

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Manchester United are monitoring VfB Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy.

Sky Germany are reporting the 27-year-old can leave the German side in January for less than €20m (£17.25m).

Guirassy is having an impressive campaign in Germany, scoring 18 goals in 14 appearances in all competitions this season after scoring 14 goals in 29 appearances last season.

The Transfer Talk panel of Kevin Hatchard, Dan Bardell, Sam Obaseki and David Reed discussed if he would be a good fit for United and also other potential moves that may happen in and out of Old Trafford.

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24 thoughts on “Manchester United monitoring VfB Stuttgart striker Serhou Guirassy ahead of January transfer window

  1. United should prioritize three midfielders, three CDs, one RB, one GK and one ST if they let go Casemiro and Varane. Sell Rashford, Bruno, Sancho, Antony, Onana and use that money to rebuild. Ericsson and Amad can replace Bruno. Build a squad of professionals with identities.

  2. Man utd should sign a tried an tested player like Japanese international Mitoma from Brighton and not waste £18m on a a bang average player in Bundesliga

  3. United looking for a striker when we have problems with the midfield and defence, there is no chance creation for the strikers there is no structure you can put prime Messi and Ronaldo and still we would struggle. The different departments of the team don’t communicate.

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