English Premier League giants Manchester United are monitoring Senegalese and Slavia Prague striker Abdallah Sima.
Sima has enjoyed an excellent campaign with the Czech champions during the club’s run to the Europa League quarter-finals having scored 11 league goals in just 15 starts with a further four coming in his side’s European campaign.
MEN reports that the 19-year-old who recently earned his first international cap against the Democratic Republic of Congo is the latest young player to be targeted by the Red Devils as part of a new recruitment strategy to sign emerging young talent with United having secured deals for teenagers Facundo Pellstri and Amad Diallo in recent windows.
The forward who can play on the right win joined Prague last summer and has been a key figure for the club who are just one game away from completing the entire league season without defeat.
He becomes the latest player to be linked with United with the club in the market for a center forward following the uncertain future of Edison Cavani.
Others who have been linked with the club are Erling Haaland and Harry Kane who are expected to put pressure on the likes of Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, and Mason Greenwood.