Man Utd sealing £45m deal for electric 22-yo far better than mammoth £106m Felix transfer

Instead of giving in to Atletico Madrid’s demands for Joao Felix, Manchester United should make every effort to sign Lille’s Jonathan David.

The 22-year-old attacker has been strongly linked to Man United manager Erik ten Hag by publications like the Daily Mail.

Additionally, the manager of the Red Devils has been connected with a high-profile £106 million transfer for Joao Felix of Atletico Madrid, most recently by AS.

David is available for a lot less money than Felix. Lille could sell him for around £45m, according to Florian Plettenberg.

In addition to that, Canada International has openly admitted that the next step for him in his career is a move to the Premier League (La Voix Du Nord).

Manchester United should be going all out for Jonathan David

Ten Hag bringing David to Old Trafford rather than Felix is an absolute no-brainer.

For less than half the price of Felix, United could sign the Canadian forward. This really shouldn’t be a debate. The Lille attacker is just as talented as the Portugal international

What an unbelievable signing he would be for whichever club wins the race for his signature. David is a sensational young talent.

He possesses an electric pace and is a real live wire. The Lille ace is also a good finisher. He has already scored 22 goals in 37 games for his country and has bagged 28 goals for Lille since the start of the 2021/22 season.

The Canadian would be an incredible addition to United. His pace, finishing, and movement would add so much to Ten Hag’s attacking ranks.

£45m sounds like an awful lot of money for someone who is so young and, as yet, unproven in the Premier League. His talent and potential are undeniable.

The fee will end up looking like a real bargain in years to come.

David would be the ideal man to lead the United attack. Flanked by the likes of Marcus Rashford, Antony, Anthony Elanga, and Alejandro Garnacho, Ten Hag would have a truly devastating attacking line-up at his disposal.

£45m is peanuts for the Red Devils in the grand scheme of things, and the United boss should make this transfer happen as a matter of urgency in January.

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