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Man United open talks to sign ‘immense’ £58m Everton midfielder after agreeing to play at Old Trafford



Man United open talks to sign ‘immense’ £58m Everton midfielder after agreeing to play at Old Trafford

Manchester United are looking to sign Everton midfielder Amadou Onana this month and have opened talks over a potential deal.

Onana is seen as one of the star midfielders outside the top clubs in England and has a number of clubs interested in signing him.

Arsenal are known admirers of the Belgian star, while Newcastle have also been tipped to make a move for Onana to replace Sandro Tonali.

However, it now looks like Manchester United could be the team who get the deal done before anyone.

Manchester United looking to sign Amadou Onana

According to Football Transfers, United have initiated talks with Everton over a deal to sign Onana in the current transfer window.

It’s claimed that United have money to do one big permanent deal this month while the rest will be loans.

INEOS are trying to get their feet under the table since taking a 25% stake in the club and Jim Ratcliffe knows he can get the fans onside by landing a big-name signing.

Onana has starred for Everton in recent seasons. Lauded as an ‘immense‘ talent for his performances for the Toffees, the young midfielder would surely relish the chance to step up to a huge club like United.

Everton are thought to value Onana at around the £58m mark but given their precarious financial position, could well be forced into doing business for a bit cheaper.

Onana could shine at Old Trafford
Amadou Onana has long been recognised as one of Everton’s better players and it looks like the big boys are circling now.

The midfielder is definitely capable, in terms of pure ability. A move to United would not phase him and he’d be a key player almost instantly.

For Everton, it will be about getting the most money they can if they are to sell Onana. They won’t want to lose but there’ll be an acceptance that a certain fee might do the business.

Onana, then, might well be on the move and could be United’s midfield pillar for years to come

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