ST- Wayne Rooney
Despite often being deployed deeper than a traditional striker last season, the skipper finished the campaign as the side’s top goalscorer in the top flight. He needs three more strikes to overtake former United forward Andy Cole as the second highest goalscorer in Premier League history, and may be aware that three of four excellent seasons may take him to cusp of Alan Shearer’s total of 260.
ST- Carlos Bacca
The Sevilla man has enjoyed an excellent year in Spain, scoring 20 times in La Liga, and twice in the Europa League final to help his side retain the trophy they won a year ago. Unsurprisingly therefore, the player is attracting interest from plenty of clubs, including Manchester United (via Sky Sports). And Sky Sports suggest that the 28-year-old would be interested in a move to the Premier League. However, they will have to beat off competition from bitter rivals Liverpool should he decide that England is his preferred destination.
With their top goalscorer finishing with 12 goals last year, United fans will be craving a forward that proves ruthless when an opportunity arises. Bacca could be that man.