“He is only player who currently plays almost exactly like Pogba. He is strong and has very Unique Skills and style of play. He will add huge quality to the team”-Man Utd prepared to ‘present an offer’ to sign £51.3m Dakar born star – Report

In the upcoming summer transfer window, Manchester United must prioritize strengthening their midfield, particularly by acquiring a No.6 player who can contribute to the club’s long-term success.

One player who has been consistently linked with a move to Old Trafford is Amadou Onana, and recent reports add intrigue to the situation.

According to the latest information from Sport (as depicted in the provided news image), the talented midfielder, who hails from Dakar and boasts versatility in defensive and central midfield positions, is a prime target for Barcelona.

However, financial constraints seem to hinder Barcelona’s ability to secure Onana’s signature. Everton, Onana’s current club, has set a fixed transfer fee of 60 million euros (£51.3m), a valuation that Barcelona can only meet with additional bonuses.

Despite Barcelona’s offer of 40 million euros plus 20 million in add-ons, Everton has rejected the proposal.

Sport indicates that several clubs find the £51.3m price tag feasible and are interested in acquiring Amadou Onana. Manchester United, in particular, have expressed their intent to pursue the midfielder and are reportedly poised to submit an offer once the summer transfer window commences.

Additionally, Arsenal has emerged as another suitor eager to secure Onana’s services from Everton.

At just 22 years old, Onana has showcased his ability as a top-quality play-breaker, contributing three goals for Everton in the current season.

Considering the potential departure of Casemiro and the temporary nature of Amrabat’s loan spell, it appears prudent for Manchester United to seriously consider investing £51.3m to secure Amadou Onana’s services in the upcoming summer transfer window.

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