The Premier League’s decision to call a halt to the season due to the coronavirus outbreak has provided clubs with an opportunity to do some forward planning.

‘Forward’ is undoubtedly the key word for Manchester United at the moment, with manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer eager to improve that area of his team during the next transfer window.

United currently have Anthony Martial, Marcus Rashford, Mason Greenwood and Odion Ighalo (loan) on their books, but they are expected to bring in at least one more forward this summer.

Read on as we look at the leading names in the frame to join United and assess their chances of securing a move to Old Trafford.

Kane high on Solskjaer’s wish-list

Having addressed issues in defence and midfield over the past couple of transfer windows, Solskjaer will be focusing on the top end of his team this summer.

Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane continues to be heavily linked with United, although the rumoured £150 million asking price could be a major sticking point.

However, many United fans who try casino games here will be eager to play up their winnings to back Kane to finally complete a move to Old Trafford.

He is believed to becoming increasingly frustrated with Spurs’ failure to challenge for trophies and the time could be right for him to take on a new challenge.

Juve clear the path to Sancho

United’s hopes of signing Jadon Sancho from Borussia Dortmund have been boosted by the news that Juventus will not be following up their interest in the forward.

Juve have gone cool on the idea of signing Sancho after the 19-year-old admitted that he has his heart set on a move back to the Premier League.

Liverpool have also been linked with the former Manchester City youngster, but his friendship with Rashford could give United a vital edge in the battle to secure his services.

The England star has repeatedly proven his quality in the Bundesliga this term and if United can win the race it would be a big boost for the club’s hopes of success.

Wantaway Lemar also in the frame

Various media outlets have claimed that United have already met with Thomas Lemar’s representatives over a possible move from Atletico Madrid.

The 24-year-old was a much-wanted man after rising to prominence with Monaco, but he has failed to shine with the La Liga club.

Lemar is understood to be unhappy with Diego Simeone’s style of play and a move to United could be the spark he needs to rediscover his best form.

With Arsenal, Chelsea and Spurs also believed to be interested in Lemar, the Spanish outfit are likely to be able to recoup the £52.7m they paid to Monaco to sign him.