Barcelona may miss out on Amadou Onana as Manchester United and Arsenal get ready to make offers.

Barcelona may miss out on Amadou Onana as Manchester United and Arsenal get ready to make offers.

Reports from Spain suggest that a bidding war is brewing for Everton‘s Amadou Onana, with Arsenal and Manchester United preparing offers for the midfielder, adding pressure on FC Barcelona, who are also interested.

According to Spanish outlet Sport, Barcelona is eager to sign Onana this summer,

but there’s a significant gap between Everton’s asking price of €60 million and Barcelona’s valuation, hoping

to secure the transfer for around €40 million.

The situation intensifies as both Arsenal and Manchester United have

shown interest in Onana, with both clubs reportedly capable of meeting Everton’s demands,

potentially putting them ahead of Barcelona.

Barcelona faces challenges in bridging the valuation gap and outbidding two Premier

League rivals with significant financial resources.

Everton’s recent improved form and reduced points penalty also strengthen their negotiating position.

Arsenal, despite their successful season, seek midfield reinforcement, and Onana’s dynamic style and potential make him an enticing addition to Mikel Arteta’s squad.

It remains to be seen if Arsenal and Manchester United will formalize their interest with concrete offers, potentially prompting Barcelona to raise their bid or reconsider their pursuit of the Belgian midfielder.

Amadou Onana, a rising star in the Premier League, has experienced a meteoric rise in his career, showcasing impressive performances at clubs like RSC Anderlecht, TSG 1899 Hoffenheim,

Hamburger SV, and LOSC Lille before joining Everton in 2022 for €35 million.

Standing at 1.95 meters, Onana dominates midfield with his physical presence, complemented by technical ability and passing range.

His current market value of €50 million reflects his potential and growing reputation.

Representing Belgium internationally, Onana is expected to play a significant role for years to come.

Hamburger SV also received a 20% sell-on fee from his transfer to Everton.

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