The signing that Newcastle and Manchester United will be fighting over

According to journalist Fabrizio Romano, talented Bayer Leverkusen defender Jonathan Tah could be in the sights of Manchester United and Newcastle United in 2024. The 27-year-old German international has performed brilliantly in the Bundesliga this season, leading the defense of Bayer Leverkusen, who currently top the table.

Although top clubs had previously expressed interest in Tah, Bayer Leverkusen rejected offers due to the player’s importance to the squad. However, Fabrizio Romano suggests the outlook could change in 2024, with both Manchester United and Newcastle keeping tabs on the defender’s potential availability.

Jonathan Tah, the Leverkusen central defender who attracts the attention of the Prime Minister

Tah, who was a key player under Xabi Alonso, could consider a move to the Premier League in the future and his age suggests he has come at the right time to become the defensive leader of a top team. Both Manchester United and Newcastle have expressed interest in strengthening their defense and Tah could be the answer to their needs.

Newcastle United, who are struggling with depth issues at the back, have already made moves in the market and could consider Tah as a viable option. On the other hand, Manchester United have also been linked with the Germany international in search of defensive solutions, especially given Raphael Varane’s uncertain situation.

Although Jean-Clair Todibo remains a target for Manchester United, Jonathan Tah appears to be an attractive alternative. According to Romano, Tah could be available in 2024, but it is unclear whether Bayer Leverkusen would be willing to sell in January. With a release clause previously set at €18 million, the Premier League giants could explore the possibility of a deal, although the prospects of a sale by Bayer Leverkusen could depend on their performance in the Bundesliga title race.

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