New target: Man United eyeing hidden gem int’l forward for Ten Hag; Old Trafford chiefs excited

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Luis Palma, a forward for Aris Salonica, was observed by scouts from Manchester United last week in preparation for a potential transfer.

What Palma-related news has recently emerged from Man United?
In addition to looking for a new forward this summer, the Red Devils and manager Erik ten Hag are also looking to bolster their midfield.

In recent months, a number of well-known forwards have been linked with a move to Manchester, including Harry Kane of Tottenham, Victor Osimhen of Napoli, Goncalo Ramos of Benfica, and Randal Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt.

A new, unidentified attacker from Palma, Spain, appears to be on the club’s radar in addition to a star striker. An update on United and Palma’s last 48 hours was provided by Honduran outlet Diez to Sport Witness.

They claimed that the Red Devils scouted the forward during the week against Olympiacos, with those from Old Trafford leaving ‘impressed’ after Palma scored in a 2-1 victory. This was the first step in the Red Devils’ investigation into a potential transfer for the forward.

Palma’s identity is unknown.
International player for Honduras Palma is primarily a left winger who can also play as a centre forward or attacking midfielder. The 23-year-old transferred to his current employers last year, and since then, he has participated on 44 occasions, helping to contribute to 20 goals, including 18 that have come during the current campaign.

Palma’s annual salary of £156,000, which is less than what 11 Red Devils players make in a week, is valued at just €1.5 million by Transfermarkt. This makes the rumour seem strange, and you’d like to think that even if the team tried to sign Palma, who might be a hidden gem, a new marquee striker would still arrive.

Following this development, it might be a situation to keep an eye on. If Palma continues to show promise in front of goal, he might end up being the first Honduran to join Manchester United.

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