All ‘eyes on’ Man Utd in chase for perfect 25y/o signing who’d rule midfield alongside Mainoo

Manchester United are reportedly a club to ‘keep an eye on’ in the chase for Kiernan Dewsbury-Hall, as they are considering whether to take advantage of Leicester’s current predicament. 

Come season’s opening, United’s midfield composition may alter slightly from that of the current squad. Since the start of the season, it has already shifted thanks to the arrival of 19-year-old Kobbie Mainoo, who has established himself as a mainstay in the midfield.

Since making his Premier League debut in November, he has only missed two league games.

Due to Casemiro’s absence, he was initially added to the starting lineup, and in the summer, his status as a reserve player might become permanent.

The Saudi Pro League has shown interest in him, but Galatasaray, who have the Brazilian at the top of their shortlist, want to scuttle a move to the Middle East.

According to reports, Christian Eriksen will also be let go from Old Trafford, while Sofyan Amrabat, a midfield player on loan, has little chance of making a permanent comeback.

As a result, United will seek to add more midfield players to the team as some assets are leaving.

Sir Jim Ratcliffe is rumored to be targeting a number of well-known players, but the most intriguing target may be a midfield player now playing in the Championship.

Man Utd eye KDH swoop 

Dewsbury-Hall, a player for Leicester who helped the Foxes win promotion back to the Premier League, has been the subject of reports from United and a few other major teams, like Tottenham, Arsenal, and Liverpool, for some time now.

In the hunt for the star, United is a “club to keep an eye on,” per GIVEMESPORT.

They are, in fact, debating whether to capitalize on the Foxes’ present problems, which will result in a deduction of points starting with the upcoming season.

Charges may force Leicester to hunt for further funding, and Dewsbury-Hall, who is expected to cost more than £35 million and is one of the most marketable assets following a successful season, may have to leave.

United could ensure bright future 

With 12 goals and 14 assists from midfield during that stellar season, the Leicester player amply demonstrated why he was among the finest in the Championship.

A 25-year-old who recently had his greatest season may be the ideal addition to Mainoo, a 19-year-old who is already a very valuable asset whose stock will only improve.

Dewsbury-Hall, who is rapidly entering his peak, is a fantastic ball carrier, distributer, and goal scorer, making him the ideal middleman between attacking midfielder Bruno Fernandes and Mainoo, who is relatively defensive-minded.

Though his best season was in Championship football, he was head and shoulders above most in the league, after a useful last season in the top flight before relegation.

There’s no reason to suggest he can’t pick up where he left off in that campaign, and get somewhere near the level he has shown in the Championship.

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