Fichajes claims that Manchester United are interested in signing Goncalo Ramos. The 21-year-old forward has been quite a sensation thus far this season. Also, several teams are interested in signing him, with Manchester United reportedly offering €115 million to do so.
In preparation for the forthcoming transfer window, a new striker is the top priority for the Red Devils. And they’re keeping an eye on the Benfica striker who shot to fame with Portugal at the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The 21-year-old became a household name when he scored a hat trick against Switzerland in the World Cup’s quarterfinals. He got the nod in the starting lineup ahead of Portugal’s captain Cristiano Ronaldo and filled in well when the squad needed a goal scorer.
What’s the matter?
After his impressive showing on the international scene, several teams have shown interest in signing him. The Portuguese national has risen through the ranks at Benfica to become a key contributor to the team. This season, the 21-year-old has contributed to 36 goals. In the current season, he has contributed to 25 goals and 11 assists.
Ramos is anticipated to leave his current club in Portugal this summer, despite the fact that his contract with the team continues until the summer of 2026. Benfica has set the asking price for its striker at €115 million. Manchester United, meanwhile, is keen on adding him to their roster.
In this current season, the Red Devils have excelled. But Erik ten Hag has singled out a few weak spots that need to be shored up. For the next season, the Dutch coach’s first objective is a new number nine. He’d want to bring in another forward to help Marcus Rashford with the scoring burden. And he thinks Ramos can help them out.
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Manchester United is prepared to spend a fortune to sign Goncalo Ramos, a Portuguese striker who is just 21 years old
Manchester United aren’t the only team interested in signing the 21-year-old. However, they seem willing to pay the €115 million that Benfica would want in order to let him go. Ramos’s sale will not just generate massive profits. The Portuguese club will be able to improve for the next season as a result.
On Saturday at 15:00 BST, Manchester United will play Wolverhampton Wanderers in the Premier League after a rare week off. After playing 36 games in 19 weeks since the domestic season started after the World Cup, the Reds are sure to feel rejuvenated.
While losses against Brighton & Hove Albion and West Ham United suggest that a busy schedule caught up with them, Erik ten Hag will be hoping that a recent break and our stellar home performance this season will be enough to put us over the top and into the Champions League.