Man united receive massive boost as Everton’s position could see them Sign £80m-valued Top transfer target for cut-price fee this summer

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The opener came courtesy of a scrappy goal from Branthwaite, who capitalised on a set piece by being in the right place at the right time to pounce on a loose ball and send it squirming underneath Alisson Becker before reeling off to celebrate with the Everton faithful.

Aside from his contribution, the centre-half put in yet another spirited shift alongside James Tarkowski, ensuring the likes of Mohamed Salah, Darwin Nunez, and Luis Diaz didn’t get a sniff of Jordan Pickford’s goal.

It’s such performances that have caught the eye of the United hierarchy time and time again. Now, as we approach the summer window, they’ll likely be mulling over how they plan to test Everton’s resolve and see them cut ties with the 21-year-old talent.

Reds eyeing cut-price Branthwaite fee
The Old Trafford outfit might be able to capitalise on the side’s precarious financial position, too, given that Everton have already been docked eight points for two separate breaches of the league’s Profit and Sustainability Rules.

In order to balance the books this time around, the board may have to sanction the exits of some of their most valuable assets, and they’ll be well aware that Branthwaite, whom they value in the region of £80 million (The Sun, cited by TNT Sports), falls under that category

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