Erik Ten Hag Eyes Bayern Munich Star Serge Gnabry as Potential Right-Wing Solution for Manchester United
Manchester United’s right-wing position has posed a significant challenge due to the unavailability of key players. In light of this, manager Erik Ten Hag is actively searching for a suitable replacement.
It’s no secret that Ten Hag has grappled with finding the right fit for Manchester United’s right-wing role. Compounded by the absence of Jadon Sancho and Antony due to varying circumstances, the situation has prompted Ten Hag to explore alternative options.
According to a report from the Daily Mail, Ten Hag, weary of the repercussions of sidelining Jadon Sancho and Antony’s unavailability due to pending legal matters, has identified a potential solution to bolster the team’s attack. While a deal remains distant, insiders close to the player suggest that the transfer could materialize if the right offer is presented.
The player in question is none other than Serge Gnabry, a highly talented individual who once wore Arsenal’s colors during his early professional years and currently shines at Bayern Munich. Although he is recovering from an injury, Gnabry has already featured in three matches for Die Roten this season and has been a significant contributor to the German side since 2016.
While Gnabry’s contract with Bayern extends until 2026, the team’s underwhelming performance last season led to the emergence of several players as potential departures. Gnabry was among those linked with a transfer, and Manchester United appear keen on acquiring his services to address the void left by the aforementioned absentees.
The former Arsenal and Werder Bremen player has consistently been one of Bayern’s standout performers over the past six seasons, consistently notching double-digit goals in each campaign.
While it’s still early to gauge Manchester United’s likelihood of securing his signature, the fact that he featured in just nine Bundesliga matches last season hints that Bayern might be open to considering his departure—a prospect that would undoubtedly excite the Red Devils.