West Ham United have been linked with a move for the Everton midfielder Amadou Onana, a target for Barcelona and Arsenal.

According to a report from Football Insider, West Ham United have been told to pay over £60 million for Amadou Onana. The Belgian midfielder is also a target for Arsenal and Barcelona.

Onana has established himself as a key player for Everton in the Premier League, and he is certainly good enough to join a club like West Ham. The Hammers need more quality and depth in the middle of the park and the 22-year-old Belgian could prove to be a solid long-term investment.

He is already a reliable performer in the Premier League and he is likely to improve further with coaching and experience. He could develop into a key player for the Hammers. So, it is hardly surprising that West Ham want to sign the Everton midfielder in the summer transfer window.

Although the £60 million-plus asking price seems like a premium right now, the Belgian could justify the investment in the coming seasons. It will be interesting to see if West Ham are prepared to pay that kind of money for him.

Everton are currently fighting for survival in the Premier League, and they could be forced to sell key players if they go down at the end of the season. West Ham are competing in European football right now, and they are likely to to be an attractive destination for the Belgian midfielder.

Arsenal, Barcelona keen on Amadou Onana

Meanwhile, Arsenal and Barcelona have been linked with the move for the 22-year-old, who would be a quality acquisition for the two clubs. Arsenal will need to bring in a quality replacement for Thomas Partey, and the Belgium international certainly fits the profile.

He could form a quality partnership with Declan Rice at the heart of the Arsenal midfield, and he would help the Gunners improve defensively. Meanwhile, Barcelona are lacking in quality and depth as well.

The reigning La Liga champions will need to add more quality to the side if they want to win major trophies, and the 22-year-old Everton midfielder could prove to be a useful addition. It will be interesting to see which of the two clubs agree to pay the reported £60 million-plus asking price for the player.

Comments 1

  1. Bennyboy baker says:

    If Everton do stay up and that’s a big if then they would be in a strong position regarding the sales of any of their players however should they go down then they will struggle to hang onto best players and given how much money they will lose it will become a buyers market and won’t get anywhere near what they wanted

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