Manchester United Transfer News: Amadou Onana, a midfielder for Everton, has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the event that the Toffees get relegated.
TEAMTalk reports that the Red Devils have entered the chase for Onana, 21 years old. Previously, Arsenal and Newcastle United had been monitoring his progress. In his first season at Goodison Park, the Belgian midfielder has excelled. He’s played 32 times for the team in all competitions, and he’s contributed to the offence three times.
Last summer, Everton paid LOSC Lille £33 million to acquire Onana from the club. If Everton gets relegated, they will have a hard time keeping their midfielder. With just three games left, Sean Dyche’s team is in 17th place, two points above the relegation zone.
The summer will likely see Manchester United looking to add a new midfielder to their roster. The future of Scott McTominay, who has fallen out of favour with Erik ten Hag, is becoming more doubtful. He has played in 16 of his team’s 35 games this season and is a top target for Newcastle.
Manchester United Transfer News: Amadou Onana, a midfielder for Everton, has been linked with a move to Manchester United in the event that the Toffees get relegated
If you’re looking for a good place to start, look no further. He hopes that by competing at the top level, he may secure a spot on the Belgium national team. Ten Hag will want to add to his roster this summer, particularly if his team qualifies for the UEFA Champions League.
Wout Weghorst will spend the rest of the season on loan at Manchester United from Burnley. Despite criticism about his lack of goal contributions and dubious performances, Ten Hag continues to prefer him. In 27 appearances, the Dutch striker has contributed to two goals and three assists. Weghorst has stood by his play this year at Old Trafford. He also adds that the club hasn’t determined whether or not he’ll be staying on permanently.
Weghorst will continue to contribute to the Red Devils for the rest of the season. They are now fourth in the league with four games left to play, one point ahead of fifth-placed Liverpool and with a game in hand.