Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to bring in Eintracht Frankfurt striker Sebastien Haller this summer should Romelu Lukaku leave for another club, as reported by the Daily Mail.
The 24-year-old French striker signed his first pro deal with Auxerre and impressed enough in 2015 to earn a move to Utrecht.
Two years later Haller joined Eintracht Frankfurt, and last season he scored 20 goals in total, including five in the Europa League.
He played alongside the ridiculously talented Luka Jovic, who has recently put pen to paper and signed for Real Madrid, as per BBC Sport.
Haller would provide the height United would lose by selling Lukaku, with the Frenchman standing at an impressive 6’1.
“A bulldozer couldn’t knock him over,” Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac said about the striker, who he previously managed at Frankfurt, as quoted by the Irish Mirror.
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