Man United is keeping tabs on Enzo Fernandez as he draws interest from the Premier League.


According to All Football League sources, Manchester United are one of many clubs keeping tabs on Argentine midfielder Enzo Fernandez.

Since joining Benfica from River Plate in July, Fernandez has ignited European football, leading his team to an undefeated start in the Portuguese Primeira Liga and the Champions League group stage.

Benfica qualified for the round of 16 together with PSG, putting them ahead of Juventus. Several Premier League teams, including Manchester United, Manchester City, and Newcastle, followed 21-year-old Fernandez for months before he finally decided to sign with Benfica. However, Wolves came the closest to signing him last summer.

Representatives from Wolves travelled to South America to try to finalise a move, but the transaction was already finalised with Benfica. Later, they brought in Matheus Nunes from Sporting CP.

On the most recent episode of Talking Transfers, Scott Saunders is joined by Graeme Bailey and Toby Cudworth as their hosts. There is talk of Cristiano Ronaldo’s future at Manchester United, as well as interest in Naby Keita and an impending decision from Harry Kane. Playable on any audio device.

If you are unable to listen via the embedded player, the episode is available for direct download at this link.

United have observed him closely over the past few weeks, as they have throughout the past few months of his tenure in Europe, albeit they are not the only team to do so.After months of trying to get Frenkie de Jong without success, Erik ten Hag’s team made a summer acquisition of Real Madrid’s Casemiro. United’s interest in the Dutchman hasn’t waned, but his team is expected to reevaluate the position after the end of the season.

United have few options for passing the ball in the middle of the field, so they rely on Christian Eriksen to provide inspiration from the flanks, despite questions about his defensive ability this season.

United will undoubtedly want to strengthen their midfield in the forthcoming transfer window. Other choices are Scott McTominay and Fred, both of whom have their weaknesses.

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