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Man United a ‘Club to Keep Eye on’ to Sign £35m Mainoo Partner



Man United a ‘Club to Keep Eye on’ to Sign £35m Mainoo Partner

Manchester United may look to beat Premier League rivals to the signing of Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall in the aftermath of Leicester City’s title win

Manchester United manager Erik ten Hag and co-owner Sir Jim Ratcliffe

Manchester United could look to capitalise on Leicester City’s financial issues by luring Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall away from the Championship title-winners.

The Red Devils are preparing to face competition from Premier League rivals Brighton & Hove Albion, Fulham and Brentford for the midfielder.

Respected journalist Ben Jacobs has refused to rule out the possibility of Manchester United making a move for Dewsbury-Hall in the summer.

Manchester United are a ‘club to keep an eye on’ after contemplating whether to take advantage of the perilous financial situation at Leicester City by signing Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, but journalist Ben Jacobs has reported that the Championship title-winner’s price tag has just increased ahead of a potential switch to Old Trafford.

The Foxes have been charged by the Premier League for allegedly breaching the division’s profit and sustainability rules, resulting in there being fears at the King Power Stadium that they could be forced into sanctioning numerous departures in the aftermath of sealing an immediate return to the top flight.

Although there is uncertainty over Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag’s immediate future, with new technical director Jason Wilcox assessing the Dutch tactician’s credentials ahead of potentially being relieved of his duties, plans for the fast-approaching summer transfer window are being put in place.

Manchester United could benefit from the charges imposed on Leicester because it will result in Dewsbury-Hall being more likely to head through the exit door as his current employers frantically look to secure extra cash, according to the Mirror, and their promotion to the top flight will not alter their need to sell their prised assets.

But the Red Devils will face competition for the central midfielder if they up the ante in their pursuit in the coming months as, having racked up 27 goal contributions in all competitions this season, he has also gained interest from Premier League rivals Brighton & Hove Albion, Fulham and Brentford

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