Man Utd make January decision on new striker
Manchester United are unlikely to spend big on a new striker during the January transfer window, according to ESPN.
The Red Devils recently axed Cristiano Ronaldo following his critical comments over manager Erik ten Hag.
They are now expected to land a replacement in January, but reports claim that the hierarchy prefer a temporary solution.
The Red Devils are looking for a proven loan signing and will delay the purchase of a marquee player until July.
Chelsea forward Christian Pulisic has emerged as the top target for them, but the Blues may decline to do business.
The London giants may not want to strengthen United in their bid to finish in the top four of the Premier League.
The Red Devils may need to look elsewhere for a solution. Atletico Madrid's Joao Felix could be a possible target.
Felix could be available on loan at the turn of the year with the option to buy for around £70-80m in the summer.