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‘Poor Choice’ ‘Awful Transfer Target’ Fans Discuss Reports That United Could Pursue £25M Rated Playmaker

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BACK David Tully Mar 24th 2024 Manchester United are weighing up a move for Leicester City midfielder Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, according to 90min.com. The website claims that an “initial enquiry” has been made to the 25-year-old’s representatives with the Red Devils set to challenge Brighton for the player’s signature. While some fans on X would be open to Dewsbury-Hall moving to Old Trafford, the majority are sceptical that he has what takes to play for the club: Poor choice, what position is he going to play with Mount back United should concentrate on getting a 6, a Winger, second striker, and Varane’s replacement if he leaves. — Premier league (@ThePremier_epl) March 22, 2024 This is an awful transfer target — Kush (@_KushS_) March 22, 2024 Mid player, if SJR wants him and southgate, he isn’t that guy. — M 🦹🏽‍♂️ (@UTD_MT07) March 22, 2024 So we want to replace McTominay with McTominay lite basically — Kudzi 🇿🇼🇿🇲 (@kudzaimtisi) March 22, 2024 Another midfielder , how many should we sign before filling other positions — His grace is sufficient (@ChucksAndys) March 22, 2024 Dewsbury-Hall has had a great season for Leicester The Foxes are currently top of the Championship and the midfielder has played a key role, having scored 10 league goals and provided 12 assists so far this campaign. Dewsbury-Hall is very much a playmaker in the mould of Christian Eriksen and, with the Dane likely to leave United at the end of the season, he could be seen as a cost-effective replacement. United could secure his services for a reasonable fee 90min report that Leicester’s asking price for Dewsbury-Hall could be as low as £25m, which would make him a very attractive target. It would allow United to invest more in other areas of the pitch, whilst adding real quality in the middle of the pitch. Considering that Dewsbury-Hall’s valuation was £45m in January, though, there are still doubts over whether he will really be available for a cut-price deal. 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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