Manchester United are still active in the January transfer window with 10 days remaining.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is keen to add a new striker to their rank following Marcus Rashford's back injury.

The club are yet to replace Alexis Sanchez or Romelu Lukaku, equally, who both departed for Inter Milan in the summer.

The January window is a difficult month to operate in, as proven by the lack of signings among the Premier League's top clubs.

Bruno Fernandes remains a target but the two clubs are yet to come close to agreeing a fee.

Another man who is being touted for a Premier League move is Red Bull Leipzig striker Timo Werner.

The German striker has scored 20 goals in 18 Bundesliga appearance this season with Leipzig sat top of the league, four points clear of Bayern Munich.

The 23-year-old has been linked with a move to Old Trafford, as well as Liverpool, Chelsea and other European clubs.

Bookmakers SportNation.bet. believe his arrival could have the biggest impact on United's chances of making the top four.

The bookmaker has crunched the numbers and of all United's tipped to sign players by the bookies this month, Werner's arrival would have the biggest impact on their odds to secure Champions League football through the Premier League.

United are currently 5/2 finish in the top four this season, as they sit five points behind Chelsea at the moment, but those odds would be slashed to 15/8, a change of 6 per cent, if Werner was to move to Manchester - but that is unlikely.

Of the other players linked with United, Edinson Cavani, a striker who the MEN understand would cost £25million despite being out of contract at Paris-Saint Germain in the summer, would see a drop of 4.76%, with United's odds dropping to 2/1.

If United were to add any of Fernandes, Moussa Dembele or Arkadiusz Milik, United's chances, according to the bookmakers would drop to 9/4, a change of 2% for each signing.