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Rio Ferdinand sends a message after Man United intentions to sign Karim Benzema

Manchester United are looking for a experienced striker.

By Angus Barnes

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The red devils are looking to solve their lack of goals with the arrival of a new experienced striker to the team in the next part of the season.

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Manchester United manager main concern is the lack of goals from most of the players on the team, and the fact is that now they are looking to make some changes, and the main idea will be to bring a experienced striker to the team in the next part of the season that would really help the team to get some better results in front of the goal this next months.

“That’s just going back to old, what we’ve been doing before. We’ve done it with Cristiano Ronaldo, we’ve done it with Falcao, we’ve done it with Edinson Cavini, we’ve done it with Zlatan Ibrahimovic. Listen, Benzema… how can you say no? How can you say no to that signing?” Ferdinand started now that the red devils are thinking about the idea to sign the french striker on a loan deal.

Ferdinand added, “One thing I would say, one person who needs that more than anyone else around right now Rasmus Hojlund. Hojlund needs that somebody to look and learn from." and this could be the main idea for the team, bring someone that could give some more time to Holjund to adapt to the team and also to give him some experience.

Chicharito, the same thing, they’re looking on and going: 'That’s what a real striker is! That is how a true No.9 operates and I’m going to follow that'. Hojlund is looking at himself in the mirror! That’s it.” Ferdinand ended, and the fact is that now the red devils might have the need to make a deal of this kind happen for the next few months.

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Karim Benzema loan deal

Despite the fact that the Al Ittihad team is willing to let Karim Benzema leave on a six months loan deal, the fact is that now the red devils seems to be getting away from the idea to sign the french striker due to his high salaries now.

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