Andy Cole trusts Manchester Joined need to attempt to acquire another striker in the late spring to attempt to contend with Liverpool and Manchester City.
He told Objective: “I figure they do require another striker. In the event that you take a gander at groups at the top, Manchester City and Liverpool, in the event that you look what they have, they have more than one striker.
“During my time at Joined there was more than one striker, on the off chance that you need to be a group that contends at the most elevated level you need mutiple.”
During his six years at Joined Cole developed an amazing association with Dwight Yorke, with Solskjaer likewise contributing, and the 48-year-old, who has quite recently propelled the Andy Cole Reserve, figures the present crew would profit by more rivalry.
“Obviously that organization with him (Yorke) caused me to flourish and we were old buddies which helped,” Cole included.
“In any case, Ole caused me to flourish as well, we need to get in the group in any case we need to learn off one another.
“You wed every one of these things in and that can just push you on as an individual and improve you and that would occur in the crew now if another striker was gotten.”
Ighalo’s credit bargain lapses toward the month’s end and his future stays not yet decided.
The previous Watford striker’s parent club Shanghai Shenhua needs the forward back and keeping in mind that Assembled need to keep the 30-year-old until the finish of this battle at any rate, the Covid-19 pandemic has brought about a great deal of vulnerability.
“It’s not my choice whether they should keep him,” Cole said.
“Be that as it may, I have been truly satisfied with him and he’s progressed admirably. He has scored when he has come in to the group and he’s doing what they ask of him at the end of the day it will be down to what different business Joined need to do in the mid year and how it fits in with that.”