After Dan Ashworth, United plotting to stun Newcastle with another sensational move – report

After a terrible performance at home against Arsenal over the weekend, Manchester United is getting ready to welcome Newcastle to Old Trafford this week.

All eyes are on Man United’s Europa Conference League now that Champions League and Europa League competition is out of sight. Newcastle, who are presently in sixth place, will compete with them, nevertheless.

Thus, the Red Devils have a lot to contend for on Wednesday when they play the Magpies. Off the field, there is just as much hostility between the two teams.

Numerous articles have been written about United’s pursuit of Dan Ashworth, which has infuriated senior Newcastle officials. Now, by stealing one of their main targets, the INEOS leadership can irritate them even more.

Over the weekend, Newcastle reportedly increased their efforts to recruit Tosin Adarabioyo on a free transfer, according to talkSPORT.

Despite experiencing great success under Marco Silva, the English center defender has made the decision to leave Fulham at the end of the current campaign.

Eddie Howe’s team is optimistic that they can persuade Adarabioyo, but they now have fierce competition in the form of United, who are allegedly trying to sabotage their deal.

Adarabioyo is reportedly eager to move to Manchester United, according to the club’s new technical director Jason Wilcox, who will likely collaborate with Ashworth to revitalize United.

Before relocating to Southampton, Wilcox oversaw Manchester City’s academy and collaborated with the gifted defender throughout his time there. In 2020, the 26-year-old departed the team to sign with Fulham.

TalkSPORT reports that this summer, United plans to sign two center backs. This follows Raphael Varane’s declaration that he is quitting the team after their FA Cup final match at Wembley.

The Premier League’s PSR regulations will have a big impact on INEOS’s summer spending for United.

Adarabioyo’s free transfer arrival might therefore be very helpful in assisting the club’s management in improving the backline without incurring excessive costs.

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