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United have already been linked with a select group of strikers for the summer signing, although the huge question mark surrounding who will own the club at this stage makes it difficult to predict what state they will be in at that time.

If a new owner or a good partial investment is not found then, given the Glazer’s financial predicament, the club will likely look to the cellar for free agents, including perhaps the likes of Memphis Depay or Youssafa Mukoko.

With partial investments when Glaziers still hold the reins, or if a “stingy” owner takes over, promising young strikers like Marcus Thiram could be on the agenda.

However, with debt written off and a solid bank balance, the likes of Harry Kane, Viktor Oświęcim, Benjamin Cesko and Gonzalo Ramos were considered United’s favorite targets. Given that the cost of most of them is likely to exceed 100 million euros, which would be the best choice?

Benjamin Sesco

Sesko represents the longest-term and potentially cheapest option with the greatest potential, but also the greatest risk. He hasn’t even played for RB Leipzig since signing with Red Bull Salzburg. He hasn’t progressed as much as expected this season, scoring just seven goals in 25 games for Salzburg in the Austrian league and none in six in Europe. Compare that to Erling Haaland’s same season at the same club and at the same age and you’ll see the difference is striking; in the 2019/20 season he scored 28 goals in 22 games for Salzburg, including 8 of 6 in the Champions League. Cesco is not the same type of player and all players develop at different rates, but he is definitely not a finished product yet.

Harry Kane

As Scott Eckersley recently wrote United match Harry Kane is probably a very ‘affordable’ option this time around. Spurs are all but resigned to losing him as his contract expires in 2024 and they won’t want to lose him just like that. He is clearly a proven Premier League goalscorer – few in history have proven that more – and he craves the accolades. United could also get a relatively free transfer for him, at least in England, where City have Holland, Chelsea want to add Thuram and Nkunka and Liverpool signed Darwin Nunez last summer. However, he will be turning 30 and could be injury prone and is he a good fit for the Ten Haga system or will some adaptation be required? Matt Lowe of The Telegraph says: “Manchester United have been interested in Kane for a long time, but there are theories that the 29-year-old doesn’t quite fit the ideal goalscoring profile recommended by Erik ten Hag, who is said to prefer a more a speedy striker like Viktor Oświęcim from Napoli.

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“It won’t necessarily stop United from making a move for Kane, but at this stage it is not considered a foregone conclusion and he will be wary of looking again for a transfer that didn’t happen.”

Viktor Oświęcim

Oświęcim he looks like a real man, and 24 is probably the right age to sign a top striker who is in his prime. Strong, direct and agile, the Nigerian has scored 12 of 14 goals in Serie A this season for the Napoli side. However, we have seen from the example of players like Romelu Lukaku that the great goalscorers of the Italian league do not necessarily repeat the same in the Premier League. Another problem is that Oświęcim is likely to be the most expensive player of the group: Napoli are already talking about a price of 140 million euros and it is extremely difficult to negotiate with the president Dino De Laurentiis.

Gonzalo Ramos

Benfica’s Gonzalo Ramos is the fourth option. This season he performed excellently in Portugal Liga, scored 17 goals from 26 and announced himself on the international stage with a brilliant hat-trick at the World Cup. He will turn 22 in the summer and although Benfica will try to get a fee of €120m, there is likely to be a chance of getting that done, especially if there are few competitors for his signature. He is a smart runner and hard worker and is perhaps best suited to the type of football the Ten Hag like to play.

So, with all of the above in mind, who should be United’s main target if money is no object? If Ten Hag believes Kane can fit into his system, he should probably be first choice as a proven world-class striker in the Premier League with potentially four or five more years in reserve. If Ramos is better suited for the Ten Hag ball, he should probably be the favorite. Osimhen and Sesko might be amazing and in some ways more exciting options, but it’s probably more of a gamble.

United have already been linked with a select group of strikers for the summer signing, although the huge question mark surrounding who will own the club at this stage makes it difficult to predict what state they will be in at that time.

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If a new owner or a good partial investment is not found then, given the Glazer’s financial predicament, the club will likely look to the cellar for free agents, including perhaps the likes of Memphis Depay or Youssafa Mukoko.

With partial investments when Glaziers still hold the reins, or if a “stingy” owner takes over, promising young strikers like Marcus Thiram could be on the agenda.

However, with debt written off and a solid bank balance, the likes of Harry Kane, Viktor Oświęcim, Benjamin Cesko and Gonzalo Ramos were considered United’s favorite targets. Given that the cost of most of them is likely to exceed 100 million euros, which would be the best choice?

Benjamin Sesco

Sesko represents the longest-term and potentially cheapest option with the greatest potential, but also the greatest risk. He hasn’t even played for RB Leipzig since signing with Red Bull Salzburg. He hasn’t progressed as much as expected this season, scoring just seven goals in 25 games for Salzburg in the Austrian league and none in six in Europe. Compare that to Erling Haaland’s same season at the same club and at the same age and you’ll see the difference is striking; in the 2019/20 season he scored 28 goals in 22 games for Salzburg, including 8 of 6 in the Champions League. Cesco is not the same type of player and all players develop at different rates, but he is definitely not a finished product yet.

Harry Kane

As Scott Eckersley recently wrote United match Harry Kane is probably a very ‘affordable’ option this time around. Spurs are all but resigned to losing him as his contract expires in 2024 and they won’t want to lose him just like that. He is clearly a proven Premier League goalscorer – few in history have proven that more – and he craves the accolades. United could also get a relatively free transfer for him, at least in England, where City have Holland, Chelsea want to add Thuram and Nkunka and Liverpool signed Darwin Nunez last summer. However, he will be turning 30 and could be injury prone and is he a good fit for the Ten Haga system or will some adaptation be required? Matt Lowe of The Telegraph says: “Manchester United have been interested in Kane for a long time, but there are theories that the 29-year-old doesn’t quite fit the ideal goalscoring profile recommended by Erik ten Hag, who is said to prefer a more a speedy striker like Viktor Oświęcim from Napoli.

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“It won’t necessarily stop United from making a move for Kane, but at this stage it is not considered a foregone conclusion and he will be wary of looking again for a transfer that didn’t happen.”

Viktor Oświęcim

Oświęcim he looks like a real man, and 24 is probably the right age to sign a top striker who is in his prime. Strong, direct and agile, the Nigerian has scored 12 of 14 goals in Serie A this season for the Napoli side. However, we have seen from the example of players like Romelu Lukaku that the great goalscorers of the Italian league do not necessarily repeat the same in the Premier League. Another problem is that Oświęcim is likely to be the most expensive player of the group: Napoli are already talking about a price of 140 million euros and it is extremely difficult to negotiate with the president Dino De Laurentiis.

Gonzalo Ramos

Benfica’s Gonzalo Ramos is the fourth option. This season he performed excellently in Portugal Liga, scored 17 goals from 26 and announced himself on the international stage with a brilliant hat-trick at the World Cup. He will turn 22 in the summer and although Benfica will try to get a fee of €120m, there is likely to be a chance of getting that done, especially if there are few competitors for his signature. He is a smart runner and hard worker and is perhaps best suited to the type of football the Ten Hag like to play.

So, with all of the above in mind, who should be United’s main target if money is no object? If Ten Hag believes Kane can fit into his system, he should probably be first choice as a proven world-class striker in the Premier League with potentially four or five more years in reserve. If Ramos is better suited for the Ten Hag ball, he should probably be the favorite. Osimhen and Sesko might be amazing and in some ways more exciting options, but it’s probably more of a gamble.