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Five strikers Man Utd can pursue after ditching awful Marko Arnautovic transfer plan

Erik ten Hag and Manchester United remain in the market for a new striker before the end of the summer transfer window.The Red Devils had opened talks to sign former West Ham United forward Marko Arnautovic last weekend and saw a bid for the Austrian rejected by Bologna. United have since decided to walk away from a move for the 33-year-old, leaving them with a wantaway Cristiano Ronaldo and an injured Anthony Martial as their only recognised strikers.With that in mind, here are five strikers United could now pursue as Ten Hag looks to bolster his attacking option.READ MORE: Win 2 tickets to watch England vs Germany in Nations League action at Wembley StadiumFollowing their failed move for Arnautovic, United have since been linked with a move for former Chelsea striker Alvaro Morata.According to reports, United have already held "positive" talks with Morata's agent as they weight up a move for the Atletico Madrid man.The Spaniard scored 24 goals in 72 appearances in his three years at Stamford Bridge.

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