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Man United is instructed to bring in two players to take Cristiano Ronaldo’s position.

Paul Scholes, a legend of Manchester United, thinks the Red Devils should try to sign either Cody Gakpo of PSV or Christopher Nkunku of RB Leipzig to replace forward Cristiano Ronaldo.

Ronaldo’s contract with Manchester United was just mutually ended.


The Premier League’s juggernauts are now searching for Ronaldo’s successor for either January or the following summer.


The priority, according to Scholes, should be finding a new center-forward because Marcus Rashford is most effective when he is positioned wide in the attack line.


Scholes said on MUTV’s The Debate, “I believe there are a handful of forwards they may look at.”


“Nkunku, the RB Leipzig student who has been associated with Chelsea. The major vacancy is, without a doubt, at center forward.


The PSV player, Cody Gakpo, is performing admirably for the Netherlands at the World Cup, and I believe [Erik] Ten Hag has previously shown a strong interest in him.


There are definitely players out there. Although January can be a challenging time for business, I hope we can move forward with bringing in a new center forward.

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