Manchester United are interested in signing winger Osama Idris, who last played for Erik ten Hag.
Manchester United are interested in the free agency winger due of Ten Hague’s struggles on the wing. Anthony is out for the time being, and it remains to be seen whether Jadon Sancho can return.
Rumors have surfaced this week linking Anwar El Ghazi to a prospective free agent addition, but they appear to have been disregarded. However, another name appears to be among the agents attempting to entice United into action.
Manchester United has made an offer for Osama Idrisi.
According to 90Min, Manchester United is considering signing Osama Idris because they have the opportunity to do so. Idrissi has had a productive season, scoring seven goals in all competitions while on loan at Dutch champions Feyenoord.
The 27-year-old became a free agent after Sevilla decided to cancel the final two years of his contract before the transfer deadline. This means that Irici can continue to progress for free, and he is being regarded as a proposal in both Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
Manchester United has been invited to intervene in the agent’s case, and perhaps ten witches can be persuaded to join the party. Erik ten Hag earlier complimented Idris.
Ten Witches is known for bringing in players from their past; just look at Andre Onan, Lisandro Martinez, Sofian Amrabat, and Anthony.
Because of the 2020-21 season, Ten Hegge is also familiar with Idrisi. He was loaned out to Ajax in the second half of the season. The Moroccan international didn’t make much of an impression in The Hague, making 14 appearances but failing to score or assist.
Idrisi, on the other hand, enjoyed his time with Ten Witches and was described by Voetbal Nieuws last year as claiming that Ten Witches’ training sessions were “fantastic.” While Idrissi was at the club, Ajax was a sensation, thus “ten Harg” had no reason to modify his lineup and make Idrii the key player.
“Sevilla is delighted to travel to Ajax. I’m thrilled for Ajax as well, but I know it won’t be easy. Looking back, it has only been beneficial to me. Idrisi stated. “Erik ten Haag has been training well, but Ajax are playing well, and there is no reason for him to make a change,” he added.
Idrisi appears eager to work with Ten Haga again, but it remains to be seen whether the United manager feels the same way.