Manchester United has been nothing but aggressive in anticipation for the upcoming transfer window, and they are looking to upgrade all areas of their squad.
Although defense is being viewed as a primary area of need for the Red Devils, they are also looking to reload their scoring attack.
They have agreed to a deal worth £13.1m for midfielder Roberto Firmino, who played for Bundesliga club Hoffenheim.
Firmino was able to come up with seven goals for Hoffenheim in Bundesliga matches in the 2014-15 season, but his team was only able to finish in eighth place.
The Brazil international also played in international matches, along with German Cup games for Hoffenheim.
Man United is hoping to improve on a fourth-place finish, and they will be able to bolster their offense with the signing of Firmino.
The Red Devils will be entering their second season with Louis van Gaal as their manager.
They will hope to soften the blow of the imminent losses of Robin van Persie, who is approaching his last limb at 31 years old.