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‘We Need To Secure This Signing’ ‘He’s Surely Joining Newcastle’ Fans React As United Pursue Move For 26 y/o Defender

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BACK David Tully May 23rd 2024 Manchester United retain an interest in signing Fulham defender Tosin Adarabioyo on a free transfer, according to the BBC. The former Manchester City player is out of contract this summer and he has been heavily linked with a switch to Newcastle. Despite the Magpies still being the favourites for Adarabioyo’s services, though, the Red Devils have stayed in the race and fans on X are hopeful of snapping up the 26-year-old: We need to secure this signing — Jai (@Jaibeedai) May 22, 2024 Nicely done — Ara Cash (@aracasual1) May 22, 2024 He’s gonna be a bargain signing — 𝐂𝐮𝐫𝐞𝐧𝐓 (@UTD_CurenT) May 22, 2024 He’s surely joining Newcastle — Ch!dera (@Utd_santa) May 22, 2024 We should. The only way we can financially sign two CBs in this window. — MUtdStand (@Utdstandchamp) May 22, 2024 We must go for him , he is free and will be a really good squad player, him todibo and branthwaite or guehi, thats our cbs sorted for a good amount of years with lisandro martinez there aswell — Ayman (@UTDAyman) May 23, 2024 Get him in! — Wándé T. Àjàyí (@WandeTAjayi) May 22, 2024 Adarabioyo has other Premier League suitors The BBC claim that Liverpool, Tottenham and AC Milan could also be pursuing the centre-back, while Chelsea have been mentioned in other reports over the past few days. From the sound of things, though, Newcastle are the team who have made the most headway so United may find it difficult to change Adarabioyo’s mind. Are United targeting other centre-halves? The club’s recruitment department are said to be keeping tabs on a number of players including Nice’s Jean-Clair Todibo, Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite, Crystal Palace’s Marc Guehi, Juventus’s Gleison Bremer and Ajax’s Jorrel Hato. However, all of those defenders could be rather expensive and Adarabioyo’s availability on a free makes him a very attractive target. Signing him would free up funds to spend on other positions that need to be strengthened this summer. Watch Football and Sport programmes on Shots!TV here 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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