Manchester United are presently on a roll in the Premier League, winning five out of their first six encounters with a considerable amount of ease so far this season. They are eyeing their 14th Premier League title and are looking set to achieve the coveted target, outplaying their opponents on the way.
The Red Devils found it pretty difficult in the last two terms to get points out of their fixtures but are doing that without much fuss this season, thanks to the brilliant performance of the team, which is playing as a cohesive unit and supporting each other to the fullest to win matches on a regular basis.
Their manager Jose Mourinho is happy with the way the team has performed this season, adding top class players like Romelu Lukaku and Nemanja Matic to their strength in the summer transfer window. He is now eyeing a few more players, whose inclusion can make the Red Devils more aggressive in their intent and help them to win more matches in the near future.
The Portuguese mastermind has his eyes on one of the best attackers in European football in the present scenario in the form of Antoine Griezmann. The French star has been tracked by United for the last couple of seasons, who look quite desperate to sign him from his present club Atletico Madrid.
The Red Devils tried to get their hands on the player quite a few times in the last few transfer windows but to no avail. However, they might see their target get fulfilled next winter, as there might be a chance of Griezmann joining them.
The Frenchman is considered to be one of the best attackers in Europe at the moment and has a plethora of clubs behind him who are looking for the right opportunity to sign him. However, the Red Devils hold the upper hand to secure his signature in the next transfer window and pair him with their Belgian marksman Romelu Lukaku to spearhead their attack for a long time to come.
It might not be an easy task for the Premier League club to sign Griezmann as his current possessors, Atletico Madrid, are in no mood to part ways with their prized player in the January transfer market.
Their resistance, though, might prove to be futile as the French striker has also shown admiration for the 13 times Premier League champions in the recent past and might be willing to join them as early as the next year. So can Mourinho finally sign the French ace?