Manchester United are interested in securing the signature of Belgian international, Amadou Onana, in the summer transfer window.
As per an exclusive story covered by Football Insider, the defensive midfielder is ready to secure an exit from Everton if the club ends up getting relegated.
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The news source have mentioned that the Toffees are willing to accept a fee worth £50million to offload him if they do not stay in the top flight.
It is reported that manager, Erik ten Hag, loves the player and is pressing the United board to hire his services.
Onana primarily plays in the holding midfield role and this season, so far, he has scored a goal and provided two assists for the Merseysiders.
He made his senior international debut back in June last year and featured in two games for the Red Devils at the FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Last summer, Man Utd splashed £70million to sign Casemiro, who is arguably the best defensive midfielder in the world.
This season, the former Real Madrid man has been brilliant for Ten Hag, who also has a hard working DM in the form of Fred as a back-up.
In such a scenario, I do not think United need to bid £50million to sign another play breaker this summer. Instead, the focus should be on improving the strike-force.
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