Everton would have been open to selling Amadou Onana this summer if they were to make a tidy profit on the midfielder, according to reports.
Manchester United reportedly made an initial approach for Onana in August as Erik ten Hag eyed midfield reinforcements. The Dutchman was keen to add more physical strength to that area of the pitch, eventually signing Sofyan Amrabat on a season-long loan.
The Belgian international was of interest to a number of Premier League clubs after an excellent season helping Everton fend off relegation.
And the Times reports that Sean Dyche's side would have been open to a sale, had an appropriate offer come in. ALSO READ: Brighton have told United their transfer stance on Ferguson ALSO READ: Real Madrid ‘interested’ in Garnacho Onana only arrived at Goodison Park in a £33million deal last summer, and they are thought to have seen the 22-year-old as a chance to make a 'tidy profit' amid financial concerns at the club.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk