Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that he will push hard to sign a new striker before the end of January.
While United have been linked with a wide range of names since Marcus Rashford's back injury, the Premier League giants appear no closer to bringing in a replacement.
However, after narrowly missing out on a place in the EFL Cup final on Wednesday night, Solskjaer has indicated that he is not happy with his forward line.
The Norwegian is quoted by Manchester Evening News as saying: "We need more goals. I know if we get Bruno over the line we've got a boy there who'll score and create. So let's talk on Friday.
"We need more goalscorers, we need more goals; that's a definite. Need someone who wants to break their nose to score a goal or their toe, doesn't have to be the nice ones, we know that.
"I am challenging them and I need to challenge them more, because we can't just score nice goals. Even today we pegged them back at times and played them deep and they stayed outside their box and defended, but we couldn't create those chances, those moments."
United are also expected to complete a deal for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Bruno Fernandes on Thursday.body check tags ::