Manchester United have four options on their striker shortlist for the summer transfer window - according to reports.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is eager to bolster his options in the final third and opted to sign Odion Ighalo on loan in January.
Marcus Rashford is set for an extended spell on the sidelines leaving Anthony Martial as the only senior permanent striker at the club, though youngster Mason Greenwood has impressed when given the chance this season.
United failed to sign Erling Haaland in the winter window and the Norwegian has hit the ground running for Borussia Dortmund, netting twice against Paris-Saint Germain last week.
The Evening Standard claim plans are being drawn up to sign a striker permanently during the summer with a number of names being discussed.
First on the list is Lyon star Moussa Dembele. The former Fulham forward is likely to consider a move at the end of the season and a return to the Premier League could be on the cards with Chelsea also interested.
Inter Milan ace Lautaro Martinez is another option but the Serie A side are only willing to part ways with their star forward if his £92million release clause is met in full. Barcelona have also been heavily linked with the Argentine.
Celtic forward Odsonne Eduoard and Timo Werner are also mentioned as targets but United's hopes of signing the RB Leipzig star may have been dented after it seems his heart is set on a switch to Liverpool.
Elsewhere, Juventus are reportedly planning a swap deal to bring Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba back to the club.
The Frenchman still wants to depart and is expected to be sold during the summer transfer window, with Juventus eager to lure him back to the Serie A.
Italian journalist Nicolo Schira claims the club are prepared to offer cash and the services of Aaron Ramsey in exchange for Pogba.
The Welshman has struggled to cement a place in the side since his free transfer from Arsenal and could be a ready-made replacement for the World Cup winner.
The Old Lady believe £42m-£50million plus Ramsey would be enough to bring Pogba back to Turin however it would seem their offer falls way short of United's valuation.
Real Madrid have also been heavily linked with his signature.