Manchester United are weighing up a January offer for Bayern Munich forward Serge Gnabry, according to reports.
The former Arsenal man has emerged as a transfer target for the Red Devils, who are desperate to strengthen their attacking options in the January window.
United are currently short of players in forward areas and Erik ten Hag wants to rectify that situation in the mid-season market.
Antony has taken a leave of absence amid domestic abuse allegations in Brazil, while Jadon Sancho is currently training away from the first team after a falling-out with Ten Hag.
According to Spanish publication Nacional, United are considering a bid for Gnabry at the beginning of 2024.
However, both clubs will find it tough to prise Gnabry, who is valued at £47.8m by Transfermarkt, away from the German champions.
The Germany international is a key player for Thomas Tuchel's team and he is under contract in Munich until 2026.
He is also virtually guaranteed Champions League football at Bayern, which would not necessarily be the case at United.
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