MANCHESTER UNITED are eyeing up a January transfer for Tyler Adams, according to reports.
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And now Man Utd are considering a move for the defensive midfielder to bolster the team’s spine.
However, they have next to no chance of signing him, according to TEAMTALK.
They report that while the interest from the Red Devils is genuine, both Leeds and Adams remain committed to each other.
The deal he signed has him contracted to Elland Road until 2027, and TEAMTALK report he is more than happy with his current circumstances.
Ahead of the Last 16 clash against Louis van Gaal’s Netherlands, Adams had a number of impressive stats in his favour for the USA.
He had won the most duels, made the most tackles, made the most passes into the final third and won possession the most times in the defensive third.
Leeds have also been reaping the rewards from his strong form at club level.
Adams is second only to Fulham’s Joao Palhinha for tackles made, with his ability to win the ball back in the defensive third a particular key note.
United want another midfielder to help out when Casemiro is rested, and Adams fits the description of a player who breaks up play in a similar fashion.