Manchester United are keeping tabs on Slavia Prague attacker Abdallah Sima.
The 21-year-old, also attracting interest from Arsenal, as he has been in stunning form for Slavia’s run to the Europa League quarter-finals, as he has a total of 21 goals in 35 games this season.
The Manchester Evening News clams that if Slavia cashed in on Sima in the summer, he would be eligible for a governing body endorsement. Players must obtain a GBE from the Football Association before they can play for a new English team.
Sima attained his first Senegal cap against the Democratic Republic of Congo earlier last month and has played 29 games for Slavia this term. He was an unused substitute in their 4-0 defeat against Arsenal.
United’s interest in Sima is part of a new recruitment strategy to strengthening their youth sect-up for a bright future as they have signing talented players and loaning them to gain valuable first-team experience.
Pellistri is a young talent of Man Utd an he has been on loan at La Liga side Alaves, and Amad is 18. United explored the possibility of signing the 19-year-old Ecuador midfielder Moises Caicedo back in January until they withdrew due to the interference of intermediaries.