Barça have a new plan to prevent Amadou Onana from signing Manchester United

The Culers will try to seal the arrival of the Belgian top midfielder for the summer

By Mario Perez

FC Barcelona would have new plans to sign Amadou Onana before Manchester United.
FC Barcelona would have new plans to sign Amadou Onana before Manchester United.
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FC Barcelona would be a great menace for Manchester United in the next few months, as the Catalan club would be keen on the signing of the 22-year-old Belgian midfielder Amadou Onana from Everton, a top target for United’s manager Ten Hag ahead of the next summer transfer market window.

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According to the Catalan sporting journal Sport, both Manchester United and Barça would have already been told the asking price required by the Toffees, considered a little steep for a player fighting for getting away with the Premier League’s relegation zone in the current season.

Following these sources, the price for Amadou Onana would be set at $50 million by Everton, which wouldn’t be a problem for Manchester United’s new owner Jim Ratcliffe and INEOS’ board, who would be willing to secure the signing of the player in the next few months once knowing whether the Red Devils will play the Champions League next season or not.

Meanwhile, despite facing a strong financial crisis not allowing them to make great signings, FC Barcelona would have already developed a new plan to sign Amadou Onana as their new anchor midfielder, conscious that the possibility of joining La Liga would be really attractive for the player.

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This new strategy would consist of giving Everton the chance of including a Barça player in the deal for Amadou Onana, with Raphinha or Christensen as the main options to be offered to the Toffees. This wouldn’t be the first time that Barça negotiates with Everton, having sent Lucas Digne or Andre Gomes to the Evertonians in the past, and the Catalan club is optimistic about the possibility of stealing the signing of the player to Jim Ratcliffe’s Manchester United.

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