Reports indicate that Manchester United scouts have embarked on a mission to observe a promising talent who has also garnered interest from several clubs in England and across Europe.
In other developments related to Manchester United, former manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has recently voiced criticism towards some of his former players, particularly questioning their character during challenging times. He expressed disappointment in players who refused the opportunity to be captain and others who declined to participate in training or matches as a means to force transfers.
Manchester United’s recent form has added pressure to current manager Erik Ten Hag after the team suffered three consecutive losses in competitions, falling to Arsenal, Brighton & Hove Albion, and Bayern Munich.
On the takeover front, it has been reported by Sky Sports that both Sir Jim Ratcliffe and Sheikh Jassim bin Hamad al Thani remain interested in acquiring the club, despite complications in the takeover process.
In transfer news, Scott McTominay, a midfielder for Manchester United, could potentially seek an exit from Old Trafford in the upcoming January transfer window. He is believed to be on the periphery of the squad’s plans and is eager to secure regular first-team opportunities ahead of EURO 2024, with Bayern Munich previously linked to his acquisition.
Regarding potential signings, Manchester United, along with Chelsea and Arsenal, have dispatched scouts to observe Club Brugge’s Antonio Nusa in action against Besiktas. Nusa, often compared to “The Norwegian Mbappé,” has garnered significant attention for his performances. He primarily operates on the left flank and has showcased his skills with two goals and three assists in the current season. Notably, he excels in dribbling, averaging around four successful dribbles per 90 minutes in the Jupiler Pro League.
With Manchester United facing challenges in their wide options, Nusa’s addition could provide much-needed depth to the squad, offering an exciting prospect for the club’s future.