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Man United pushing to sign ‘special’ star player who could be Sir Jim Ratcliffe first signing



Man United pushing to sign ‘special’ star player who could be Sir Jim Ratcliffe first signing

Manchester United have a lot of work to do in the summer and the signing of Tosin Adarabioyo could be one of their first

Manchester United seek Tosin Adarabioyo on a free transfer to bolster their defence, which will be weakened by potential departures.

Adarabioyo has impressed clubs like Tottenham, Liverpool and more as a talented and experienced young player.
United’s new owners are aiming for a recruitment shake-up to revamp squad, with Adarabioyo as a target.

Manchester United’s curtain closer to their season is set to take place on Saturday in the FA Cup final against Manchester City – but regardless of the result, new owners INEOS will already be looking to bring in new recruits ahead of next season.

And one of those on their shortlist is Tosin Adarabioyo – with reports suggesting that they will enter battle with Newcastle United to sign the Fulham centre-back on a free transfer.

United have had a poor season on the pitch by all accounts. Dumped out of their Champions League group in last place, an eighth-placed finish in the Premier League and an early exit via a 3-0 home defeat to Newcastle in the Carabao Cup have left all hopes resting on Saturday’s derby against the current Premier League champions; but even a win under the famous arch might not be enough to pull the string over the eyes of fans.

A recruitment shake-up is needed in the summer with targets being looked at – and according to the BBC, one of those is Adarabioyo – with United set to battle Newcastle for his signature once his Fulham contract expires at the end of June.

The report states that United are battling with Newcastle to make a move for Adarabioyo’s services with his contract up at the end of the season. Adarabioyo is set to become a free agent on June 30, with Premier League clubs being able to offer him a pre-contract from the start of June – leaving some of the bigger teams in the division weighing up a move for his signature.

Newcastle boss Eddie Howe is a ‘known admirer’ of the defender, and with Fabian Schar and Sven Botman at the back, a young, cheap backup will help massively towards saving money for other areas in the squad

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