Man Utd turn transfer attention to Ismaila Sarr with Watford winger targeted after scoring wondergoal at West Brom


MANCHESTER UNITED have reportedly turned their attention to Watford winger Ismaila Sarr.

90min claims the Senegal star has forced his way on to Erik ten Hag’s shortlist after last night’s wonder goal against West Brom.

Ismaila Sarr, 24, has previously been linked with an Old Trafford switch.

And United could step up their hunt after pulling out of a controversial move for Bologna’s Marko Arnautovic.

Sarr is starting his fourth season at Watford following last term’s relegation to the Championship.

He has 25 goals in 94 games for his club, as well as ten strikes for Senegal.

And Sarr could be the solution to Ten Hag’s attacking crisis.

Cristiano Ronaldo wants to quit Old Trafford, while Anthony Martial is out injured.

United were hoping to land versatile Arnautovic to provide cover.

But they have now ended their interest after having a bid rejected by Bologna.

It means Ismaila Sarr may be the man Ten Hag turns to before deadline day.

And the wide-forward is sure to welcome a return to England’s top flight.

United also remain fully in the hunt for Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot.

A transfer fee has been struck with his club.

And personal terms are thought to be close, with the Frenchman keen on the switch.

ISMAILA SARR managed to score from 50 yards but then blew it from 12 as Watford drew at West Brom.

The winger was in action for the Hornets tonight at their fellow promotion hopefuls but managed to go from hero to zero.

He found himself under no pressure from West Brom, which allowed him to turn and spot Baggies stopper David Button off his line.

Without a moment of hesitation, Sarr instantly decided to pull the trigger, despite still being inside his own half, and watched on as it sailed towards goal.

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