Manchester United face a battle with Chelsea if both clubs follow their interest up in a 19-year-old Bristol City striker, who is currently on loan at Newport County in League Two, according to TEAMtalk.
Attacker Antoine Semenyo has already been watched by United on a number of occasions already this season and even though the Robins are keen to hold onto the youngster, they look set to accept an offer of £2m if a club makes a firm offer.
So would United be a good home for Semenyo?
“I think if Ole Gunnar Solskjær remained in charge at Manchester United he would be given every opportunity to progress at Old Trafford.
“With the likes of Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford progressing even further under the interim manager, Antoine Semenyo could be another player to burst onto the scene should he arrive at the Premier League side.
“I see this as a potentially exciting move, but it will depend on who the manager is, come the start of next season.”
“I think it would be ultimately pointless.
“United have a decent track record of giving their youth players a chance but I think Semenyo would be a rung below even them.
“It would be a pointless move for them and ill-advised one for the player.”
“He could be a gamble worth taking.
“Semenyo might not have played much for Bristol City, he has looked impressive for Newport County this season.
“But if Man Unitedl can give him regular game time in the future, then he could certainly have a bright future ahead of him at Old Trafford.”