“I never like Erik Ten Hag decisions. But the way he is serious about signing this special Premeir League talent shows how good he is. He is one if the best player in the league right now. He’s special” – Jamie Carragher admits he’s a huge fan of Premier League star Man United are tipped to sign

Jamie Carragher has expressed admiration for one of Manchester United’s potential transfer targets, hailing him as “pretty special”.Everton’s Jarrad Branthwaite has emerged as a standout performer in his breakthrough season, becoming a regular fixture alongside James Tarkowski in central defense and accumulating 26 appearances across all competitions.

The 21-year-old left-footed defender has displayed remarkable maturity on the pitch, prompting calls for his inclusion in the England squad and attracting interest from several top clubs, including Manchester United.

While Everton is likely to demand a significant fee for their prized asset, former Liverpool defender Carragher is unequivocally convinced of Branthwaite’s quality.During Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football, Carragher praised Branthwaite, saying: “I think he is [special].

And what is really special as well is the amount of centre-backs we have in the Premier League aged 21 or younger.”Carragher reflected on his own experience as a young defender, emphasizing the challenges of playing in such a demanding position.

He highlighted Branthwaite’s outstanding performances, particularly his partnership with James Tarkowski, as instrumental in Everton’s prospects of avoiding relegation.Branthwaite’s journey to prominence began when he joined Everton from Carlisle in 2020.

He gained valuable experience on loan spells at Blackburn Rovers and PSV before earning his spot in the first team.During his time at PSV, Branthwaite had the opportunity to work under former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy, who reportedly provided a glowing recommendation when United sought his opinion on the young defender.Despite being linked with Liverpool in the past, Branthwaite committed his future to Everton by signing a new four-year deal in October.

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