Sir Alex Ferguson is keen to take on Robert Lewandowski who is currently playing at Borussia Dortmund for the season. Lewandowski has scored 26 goals so far and looks set to be a worthy investment for Man U. The Red Devils were interested last summer, but ended up signing Robin van Persie instead. The rumour mill is however in overdrive, with speculation that Sir Alex is in advanced negotiations with Bayern Munich.
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Speculation that a new striker will be needed at Old Trafford is rife, as Wayne Rooney’s departure looks imminent. The Red Devils could sell the striker as early as the summer, and the deliberate exclusion of Rooney from the Man U team in the 2nd leg of the Champions League seems to suggest the writing is on the wall. It looks like uber wealthy Paris Saint-Germain who recently acquired David Beckham as their midfielder could be contenders, as they have been closely linked with Rooney’s move. Saint-Germain’s Zlatan Ibrahimovic has warmly encouraged Rooney to transfer as they are desperately trying to establish themselves as the top club in Europe.
There is also speculation that Man U is keeping tabs on Nemanja Matic, the Benfica Midfielder who has become a regular first team player and has represented Serbia at an international level, but it seems this is being kept tightly under wraps for now.