Better than Jude Bellingham:Man United chasing €40m ‘midfielder of the future’

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After personally experiencing his club’s struggles this season, Manchester United boss Erik ten Hag must be looking for a flexible midfielder in addition to an outstanding striker.

A defensive midfielder is crucial, but a ball carrier is perhaps just as important, if not more so, when it comes to replacing Casemiro.

The boss has been forced to deploy aggressive midfielder Bruno Fernandes in a more withdrawn role since the Red Devils lack a good passer in the middle of the park without Christian Eriksen.

A quality midfielder is needed by United.

The Portuguese’s continued inactivity creates the same issue. Both loan signing Marcel Sabitzer and Donny van de Beek were unable to close the gap.

Ten Hag: The start of the season is today.

A flexible player with the ability to ship goals and assists while managing the pace of play is what is most needed right now in the middle of the pitch.

linkages to players like James Ward-Prowse and Romeo Lavia have also shown, in addition to linkages to Frenkie de Jong, Jude Bellingham, Declan Rice, and Alexis MacAllister.

Gabriel Veiga of Celta Vigo has also been associated with the Red Devils for a while, therefore it is simple to understand why the links have gained popularity recently.

The Spanish midfielder has 30 appearances in all competitions with nine goals and four assists. He is an outstanding central midfielder as well as an attacking midfielder.

The La Liga team is prepared to lose him because, according to AS (via Sport Witness), clubs in England are willing to pay the player “dizzying” sums.

Veiga has had a fantastic season.

If United decides to pursue the brilliant 20-year-old, his €40 million release clause will not present a problem.

According to the report, United is one of the clubs ‘hunting’ the player who the site has identified as ‘the midfielder of the future’ because his statistics this season have outperformed those of the much sought-after Jude Bellingham.

Real Madrid continues to be the player’s top preference, but they have “yet to be in contact about a potential move,” according to previous reports from The Peoples Person.

In the summer, it will be intriguing to watch which midfielder ends up moving to Old Trafford. Much will rely on the club’s transfer budget and the amount of money that remains after they have pursued a striker.

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