Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has put up a really impressive squad at Manchester United, since he took over the job permanently last summer.
The squad at Manchester United already looks strong and Impressive, due to the recent addition of Bruno Fernandes.
Fernandes has improved the Performance of the Manchester United team, making them look like a real title contender, for next season.
But Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would be looking to add more fire power to the squad, this summer.
With recent reports stating that Manchester United is having an agreement with Lyon to sign Moussa Dembele, for a fee reported to be around £61 million.
If Manchester United succeed in acquiring the signature of the Lyon striker, he would be a great addition to the United squad.
In this article, I will be writing on the shirt number that would be available for the striker, if he makes the move to Manchester United in the summer.
1. The Number 11
The number eleven shirt at Manchester United is currently vacant, it was previously owned by Anthony Martial, but the French man switched to the number 9, after Romelu Lukaku left the club last summer.
The number 11 is one of the favorites shirt number that would be available at Manchester United in the summer, if he makes the move.
2. The Number 19
Another number that is currently vacant at Manchester United is the number 19. Since the number 9 position is not available, he can also make use of the number 19, as a striker.
Most strikers go for the number 19 when the number 9 is not available. It is most likely that the striker might go for this number.
3. The Number 27
The number 27 shirt is also vacant at Manchester United, it is not likely that the striker will like to get this number. But it’s a free number that nobody wears.
The striker has always weared the number 9 shirt. In Celtic and presently in Lyon.
If his move to United goes through, then the fans will like to see the number he would choose to wear.
Drop your opinions, on the number you will like to see the Striker wear, in the comment section below.
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