Manchester United are planning for a busy January transfer window, according to Football Insider.
The Red Devils spent more than €200m in the summer transfer window, but there has been hardly any improvement.
Rasmus Hojlund has impressed with his goalscoring, but none of the other signings have made a significant impact.
As a result, the club are languishing in the 10th spot in the Premier League. They have nine points from seven games.
Meanwhile, they are facing big trouble in the Champions League too with no points after the first two group games.
It is now reported that United plan to be active in the January window and could make at least one attacking addition.
However, it won’t be easy to prise him away. Brighton could ask for a significant price while there is competition.
Manchester City are also admirers of the Japanese star and could make an approach for him as well in the New Year.