🚨REPORT : Everton Receives Significant Offer from Premier League Rival for ‘Irreplaceable’ Star


Everton have received an offer from Manchester United for midfielder Amadou Onana. 

According to a report from Mundo Deportiva (page 3, print edition), the Toffees midfielder is being pursued by a host of clubs, including United and Barcelona.

The 22-year-old midfielder has become “irreplaceable” under Sean Dyche at Goodison Park. He is under contract until 2027 but could be sold by Everton to meet PSR rules.

The Red Devils have offered around £50.7m, including add-ons, to sign Onana as Erik ten Hag looks to strengthen their midfield. United also made a bid for Everton defender Jarrad Branthwaite, but that was rejected.

Since joining from Lille in the summer of 2022, Onana has quickly become one of the best midfielders in the Premier League. He has already made more than 70 appearances for the Toffees and his potential is terrifying.

Arsenal and Chelsea are also keen to sign him, while La Liga giants Barcelona could try to lure him to Camp Nou if they manage to offload a few players.
Will Everton sell Amadou Onana?

The possibility of Onana leaving Goodison Park cannot be completely ruled out. He has been a key player for the Toffees over the last two seasons, but Everton will find it difficult to turn down a lucrative offer for him given their financial problems.

Everton want to stay within financial rules and have offloaded Lewis Dobbin to Aston Villa. If they manage to sell Dominic Calvert-Lewin for a huge transfer fee to Newcastle, they probably won’t be dealing with Onana or Branthwaite.

Furthermore, with a new signing on the horizon, Dyche could convince him to stay at the club and build a team around him.

Everton are confident they can avoid another Premier League ban and are in no rush to accept the Red Devils’ offer. But everything could change if Barcelona come with a tempting offer for Onana in the coming days.

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