Manchester United have reportedly reached verbal agreement with Mario Mandzukic to secure the services of Juventus forward in January, according to the reports from Italy.
Norwegian manager has allowed both Alexis Sanchez and Romelu Lukaku to join Inter in the summe, however, the Red Devils failed to recruit a new forward.
Solskjaer has now indicated that the Red Devils priority in the January transfer window is to strengthen his offensive end with a new forward.
Former Croatia international forward was reportedly close to making switch to Old Trafford in the summer as part of the deal which would also have seen South American superstar Paulo Dybala make the move to the 20-times English champions.
The report also suggested that Serie A giants will make a fresh move to secure the services of Paul Pogba and are willing to offer Croatian forward to the Red Devils as part of their bid.
Mandzukic, meanwhile, has rejected a move to Qatar-based side Al-Rayyan, who reportedly offered him huge £7m per year salary. however, experienced forward is believed to be keen on to play on top level one more year before making a big-money switch to Qatar or China.
The 33-year-old has managed to found back of the net 44 times in 162 games for Juve.