Manchester United are considering a January move for Napoli attacker Hirving Lozano.
This comes amid claims the player is free to leave Napoli for a bargain.
United boss, Erik ten Hag, was given over £200m to spend in the summer window.
And with the Red Devils winning five of their last six, Ten Hag will hope to continue that momentum.
However, the Dutchman knows he will need more cash to spend in January with more additions needed. To that end, reports suggest United will make a further £70m available to their manager.
Top of Ten Hag’s list now is both a new goalkeeper and a new striker.
According to the Manchester Evening News, one player they are strongly considering is Lozano. The Mexican star is unhappy at Napoli and reportedly wants to leave at the first opportunity. His time at Naples has not gone to plan, and the Serie A side are unlikely to stand in his way if a bid comes in.
Per the reports, they are looking for a fee of around £27m (€30m), although there’s a feeling Napoli may accept for less.
Lozano is a goalscoring winger who Ten Hag will know well from his time in the Netherlands. He has scored 109 goals from 349 games and will add to United’s firepower.