follow the team: Manchester United’s budget is seriously limited and wants to inquire about Ramos Felix in front of the winter window.

According to the latest report from ESPN Manchester reporter Rob Dawson, Manchester United are ready to ask for Benfica striker Ramos before the January transfer window, but manager Teng Hagg is not sure there will be a striker in the winter window.
Manchester United are hoping to bring in a striker in the January transfer window after Cristiano Ronaldo leaves.
Ramos and Cody Gakpo, Rafael Leo, Jose Felix and other players are in the spotlight, but Old Trafford executives still believe that January is not an ideal time to bring in new players.
The source also told the ESPN that the budget was severely constrained due to the 2019 COVID-19 pandemic and higher-than-expected transfer spending this summer.
However, Teng Hag believes that after the departure of Cristiano Ronaldo, the team lacks offensive firepower, he hopes the club can explore any feasible options.
Benfica considered an offer of about 20 million euros before the start of the season, but Ramos rose sharply after scoring a hat-trick against Switzerland in the last 16 of the World Cup. So far this season, he has scored 14 goals in 21 games at Benfica.
PSV Eindhoven asked for about 30 million euros for Gakpo this summer, but now costs close to 50 million euros after scoring three goals in the World Cup. Sources also told ESPN that PSV Eindhoven hopes to keep Gacbo in January to help them win their first Dutch title since 2018.
Sources told ESPN that Atletico Madrid’s valuation of Felix 100 million is too high, but Manchester United have been informed that he can leave the team. So the only possibility for Manchester United is to make a loan offer, and Felix’s team-mate Morata has also attracted interest.