Manchester United are reportedly keeping an eye on Goncalo Ramos, Portugal’s last goalscorer at the World Cup in Qatar. The Benfica striker could become Erik ten Hag’s new striker next season, according to the ‘Manchester Evening News’.
Manchester United have reportedly started planning for next season’s squad. Although Erik ten Hag’s side have their sights set on finishing top of the Premier League, the English board have an eye on further improving the squad.
Goncalo Ramos, who excelled for Portugal at the World Cup in Qatar, remains on the Red Devils’ radar for next season, according to the ‘Manchester Evening News’.
Benfica are keen to spoil their striker’s move to Manchester, as he is still under contract until 2026 and Rui Costa wants to keep his striker for another couple of years.
Ramos eventually replaced Cristiano Ronaldo in Portugal’s matches at the World Cup and seems set to remain the main man in attack since Roberto Martinez’s arrival in the national team.