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‘He’d Be An Unreal Signing’ ‘Absolute Beast’ Fans Excited As United Eye Move For Belgian International

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BACK David Tully Aug 12th 2023 Manchester United are seriously considering making a move for Everton midfielder Amadou Onana, according to the Daily Mail. The same newspaper revealed earlier this week that the Belgian international was being discussed by the club’s recruitment team and it appears they are now contemplating a bid. A lot of fans on X would back United signing Onana, who impressed for Everton during his debut season in the Premier League: Yeah he’d be an unreal signing for us — Carly (@UTD_Carly) August 12, 2023 I’d appreciate Onana ngl — στωικός 🇶🇦 (@nyOUIT) August 12, 2023 This would be amazing, his skill set would elevate our midfield options. Absolute beast in the center. — Abdul (@thetophabibi) August 12, 2023 Onana is a baller too 👌🏾 — FARDA (@RD_OLA) August 12, 2023 Onana better than ambrabat — BlackFella (@abdul_gafaka) August 12, 2023 Onana would be an epic signing, another player with huge potential and a high ceiling. — Raeez (@Raeez_S) August 12, 2023 Would take Onana over Amrabat any day — Ugaska (@Mr_shuqul) August 12, 2023 United’s alternative to Amrabat? It was widely assumed that Erik ten Hag’s side would make an offer for Fiorentina’s Sofyan Amrabat once they have raised enough funds through player sales. Fred’s departure for Fenerbahce was thought to have paved the way to sign Amrabat but it appears the Red Devils may be having second thoughts if their interest in Onana is genuine. Other Premier League clubs have been linked with Onana Over the past few months, both Chelsea and Arsenal have been mentioned as potential suitors but it is not expected that either team are in a position to make a move for the Belgian this summer. Chelsea are locked in talks to sign Moises Caicedo from Brighton for a fee in excess of £110m, while the Gunners wrapped up a club-record deal for Declan Rice last month. United do seemingly have clear path if they do want to buy Onana, although he is likely to be more expensive than Amrabat, so that could still be a major obstacle in future negotiations. David Tully David has worked as a football reporter for the last fifteen years. Having started as an intern at Snack Media, he then went on to become a freelancer, working on various different sites. At the start of 2023, he took up his current role as content writer for National World’s Football News Network.

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